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Change handlebars My 2008 heritage got knocked over by the wind today. It bent the handle bars so I bought another stock set so I wouldnt have to deal with modifying the wiring etc. Is there any tricks to it? It looks straight forward but ive never done it yet? Any words of caution or tricks to make it easier?

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Very simple and straight forward swap

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