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    MH

bmx bars on 7/8 clamp?

Title says it all...I got some nice fly bmx racing bars. Clamp is 22.2mm which is .87399in and 7/8 is .875in. Seems like it can be done...any thoughts, opinions. I am relatively new to the sled game so no flaming :beer;
 

koschak

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Start out with physically putting them in the clamp. If it tights down well let it rip, otherwise you could maybe shave a tiny amount off the flat clamp surface so the halves don't touch before the bars are tight.
 

ullose272

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look for some bar mounts for a newer honda crf, they still use a 7/8 bar and there mounts are a post style on the bottom.
 

Snowjunky

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You should be able to clamp them okay. I did the same thing awhile back with some pro-tapers and hated them. It was just the wrong rake width etc. I went back to snow bars within the season and it was night and day. Give it a try and see what your prefrence is. Good luck. Check western Power. They have bars and mounts for pretty cheap.
 

mountainhorse

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What material are these made of?

What is the wall thickness?

Is the end of the bar betweenthe crossbar bend and the end of the grip long enough for the controls to fit?

I'd be worried if they are heavy duty enough... big difference between a BMX and 500 lb sled with 100+ HP... Just a thought.
 
I was thinking about inertia and weather the bars would stand up. Honestly, they can handle 30-40 foot gaps on the bmx to dirt with some nasty nose cases, lol.

I agree though about the room for controls, this was a late night thought while I was stairing at my bmx while surfing snowest :beer;. My bar width is 26" on the fly's and they are cromo.
 
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