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Does anyone recognise these handlebars?

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Does anyone recognise these handlebars? was created by Gr8uncleal

This is a bit of a longshot!

These are the 'bars that my DT3 came with (see photo).

The bridging bar is only 10 inches - a lot less than that on my other Yam enduros. 

At some stage I would like to fit the correct 'bars and sell on the incorrect ones - I would like to be able to give a reasonably accurate description of what they might have come from originally.

Talking of original 'bars, does anyone know if the ones currently being quoted by Yamaha are the same as the actual original 'bars? There have been a number of supersessions of the part number, and I know from (bitter?) experience that superseded parts can be different from the originals. 

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Replied by asco on topic Does anyone recognise these handlebars?

Based, that I have a NOS set of YAMAHA DT1 RT1 Handlebar’s in a box, that set looks incorrect. I believe the bottom bar ( up ) to the top bar ( down ) measured 5 1/2”. The bars being manufactured today either have ( knurled all the way across ) at 5 1/2 or 4 1/2” with no knurl whatsoever.

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