Why buy from Lowbrow?
Free Shipping On US Orders $99 & up*
Everything In Stock & Ships Fast!
90 Day Money Back Guarantee
No Restock Fees, Ever!
Free Expert Motorcycle Technical Support
God Bless Lowbrow Customs
I couldn't find these shims to save my life. So of course Lowbrow had them in stock. Only way I could use pre-unit bars on my modern Triumph
Handlebar reduction shims
Easy to use and being steel, don't squash like Ali, that's why I bought them from lowbrow, can't seem to get them in England, great product
Worked great, and well-made. Thanks.
This helped a lot actually!
I got some raised handlebars for my bike a while ago that were too small. I got these and they work good ☺ simple as that. to whomever it may concern, instead of returning your handlebars just because the middle part is too small, just get something like this. forgive me if I can't tell you the actual name of the thing I'm talking about lol
Easy purchase , fast shipping . The product itself works great fits well, doesn't slide.
Quality made parts
Great item, could only get Ali ones in England so that's why I turned to lowbrow, super quick service, many thanks lowbrow, Mark brighton england
well made, good fitment
These make a swap to 7/8" bars in 1" clamps a cinch. Unlike other gumball machine 'mystery metal' adapters, these are steel.
The perfect shim for the perfect job
My 2018 Indian Scout Bobber needed these shims for a handlebar upgrade and they worked perfectly for the job. Very grippy at the mounting point and would easily recommend this to friends or fellow wrenchers. Fast shipping and great customer service from Lowbrow Customs. I called with questions and a nice lady picked up the phone—no automated recording, will ya look at that!
Had what I needed, shipped quickly.
Simple, solid built, does the job right!
Arrived quickly and as described. Very happy
Shims on Indian
Used these shims to be able to use a 7/8" bar on an Indian Scout 60 (the clamp portion of the bar is 1"). Worked exactly as described. To make the installation easier, I suggest 1) noting exactly where the clamp will sit on the bar; 2) using double stick tape to attach the shims to the bar; 3) placing the bar in the clamp and tightening it. That way you won't have to constantly readjust the shims, which are frisky little things and keep moving around until the clamp is tightened. Good luck!i
....poyfect! Was able to use these so I could run some smaller Z bars on my Harley (require 1'). Clean machining with sturdy material