Hand crafted in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA by Pangea Speed. The largest fleet of named streamliner trains in the United States were the Burlington's Zephyrs. Competing in markets against the famed Eagles, Chiefs, 400's, Cities and Hiawathas on almost every route, the polished Zephyrs covered almost every route on the mainline of the Burlington and for years held the speed/distance title in the record books
8-1/2" tall by 20" wide with 3-1/2" bolt spacing for H-D and modern Triumph applications. TIG welded, special stainless steel Pangea Speed logo name plate. Chrome Plated.
Paul - 04/01/2014
Pros - Aggressive looking, comfortable, high quality
Cons - too short
I love these bars. The way they look, the angle of the handles. My only beef, is that they are too short. I added 3 in risers which made a world of difference. Now i just have this goofy looking lip where the extensions meet the bars, but I don't give a fuck.
David Barrett - 03/03/2014
Pros - Solid bars, good chrome.
Cons - ???????
Bars look great on the 77 Shovel. Ordered and on my porch in 3 days!!!! Thanks.
walker - 03/26/2013
Pros - On point! they are awesome bars and gave my ironhead a rad look and they feel great.
Cons - They make it a little harder to steer but overall they are two thumbs up.
They look mean as hell and they feel great! but its a little harder to steer with them. all in all they kick ass.
Nathan Stock - 02/02/2013
Pros - High quality bars
Cons - Had to wait a month until they were back in stock
These bars are great. They are high quality as most everything is from Pangea Speed. They compliment any narrow springer or narrow hydraulic front end well at 20" wide. The only con is waiting for them to be in stock, but they are worth the wait.
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