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Did your bars come with little holes that are used to keep the highbeam/horn assembly from rotating around your bars? This also applys to the emergency off switch assembly as well.

My stock bars had little holes that the handle bars switch assemblys would fit into to keep them from rotating, but my risers bars do not have those little holes.

What would be the best way mark these holes for drilling? I was thinking about putting alittle ink or something on the "nipple" of the assemblys that fit on the hole so when I fit the assembly on the bars it would ink a spot on the bar for drilling....


Does any of this even make sense?

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take a peice of masking tape and tape up the side of the stock bars that has the holes. then either mark the holes or punch them through. then remove the tape from the stock bar and place it on the new ones make sure you line them up properly.

there you go simple & easy. i have never done it, but that is how i would go about it.
 

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that might work too....

good idea....

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I just lined mine up side by side placed a phillips head screwdriver even with the hole and gave it a couple of good taps with a hammer. This way when I drilled the holes out, the drill bit didn't slip all over the place. It worked out perfectly.

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