Thread: Tingly arms
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Old 10-31-2011, 03:05 AM
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Default Re: Tingly arms

I like bars that are perpendicular to the saddle for a really good stress free grip- I use an 8 inch rise alloy BMX bar on both bikes- more rise may take some weight off your hands and ease the tingling.
A front shock fork is also a great addition, but hard to find a one inch steer that's got about 6 or seven inches of length to fit moist cruisers- a springer fork is easier to find.

These bars have a detachable center bar I reinstalled and the black plastic assembly at the front is for the removable Bell basket. You can just see the top of the shock fork I got on ebay from "curbhopper"
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