Reproduction Honda CB750K chrome handlebars. These handlebars have the grooves cut in the middle so you can center it easily. The holes are pre-cut for routing the wiring from the switches to the harness, there are also holes drilled to fit the pins in the stock switches to keep them from rotating. If you want the nice clean original look by routing the wires through the bars, these are perfect! The handlebars for the '69-'71 CB750K were the same, then Honda changed in '72 to a sporty low rise bar, then they went back to a taller bar starting in '73.
These bars could be used on other any other CB's if you want the internal wire routing option. Take measurements to be sure they won't interfere with the front brake line. The pins on the switches can be removed if you need to make fitting adjustments.
Replaces Honda Part Number: 53100-300-000
Center Width: 5 3/4"
Control Width: 8 1/2"
Inside Rise: 4"
End Rise: 6"
Pull Back: 4 1/4"
Here is how we measure the handlebars: (there are several methods, but this is the only method we follow. Understand how we measure the bars so you can choose the correct bar and avoid a return):
All measurements are taken from center to center. Not from the bottom of the bars to the top of the bars for example.
Width: overall width of the bars from the center of each end
Center Width: flat mounting area (actual bend to bend is wider)
Control Width: flat mounting area for controls (switches, lever perches)
Inside Rise: where the bars first start to bend back towards the rider
End Rise: measured from the very end of the handlebars
Pull Back: how far bars come back toward rider
CB750K - 1969-1971