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Lowbrow Customs Springer Riser Studs 1/2-13 x 1/2 inch-20 thread

Lowbrow Customs Springer Riser Studs 1/2-13 x 1/2 inch-20 thread
Lowbrow Customs Springer Riser Studs 1/2-13 x 1/2 inch-20 thread Lowbrow Customs Springer Riser Studs 1/2-13 x 1/2 inch-20 thread Lowbrow Customs Springer Riser Studs 1/2-13 x 1/2 inch-20 thread
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These 1 3/4" long springer riser studs have 1/2"-20 thread on half the length to thread into your springer, and 1/2"-13 thread on the remainder on which to mount your risers. Cad plated. Made in Ohio, USA.

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  • Free Shipping On US Orders $100 & up*
  • Everything In Stock & Ships Fast!
  • Fitment Guaranteed
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  • Free Expert Motorcycle Technical Support
  • We eat, sleep, live & love motorcycles!
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Additional Information

SKU 002802
UPC 646418964536
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 002802
Made in the USA Yes
Finish Raw
Material Steel
Units Pair
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Are these supposed to be direct fit for Harley Davidson factory Springer front ends? I ask because I bought them and they do not fit.
A:
You are correct those are not going to work on a modern stock harley springer they have a rather unique bolt with larger threads going into the fork itself and some rubber bushings and a smaller threaded portion with a locknut on the top.
Customer Support | Lowbrow Customs answered on May 12, 2017