9/24/2021 : New production has just begun! We have just opened up the website to accept pre-ordering for up to 5 sets of each spec in production right now. This is done by request of customers, and pre-ordering is not necessary. We are producing more than 5 sets, and the additional ones will become available for ordering only after they are ready to ship. Current ETA for shipping is October 11-15. Check back here for updates to be posted every few days.
9/30/2021 : Production is currently on schedule, with 1 operation left. Machining should be completed over the weekend, and then the parts will be dropped off for powder-coating a couple days later!
10/8/2021 : Machine production completed yesterday, a few days behind schedule. But the parts are in the final stage now, powder coating!! Hopefully we have an ETA for the coater to share very soon.
This spacer block kit is for lifting the factory handle bar risers on a 2018+ Softail FXFB Fat Bob. This will raise the handle bar and bring it closer to the rider for a more upright riding position. The kit includes a pair of 6061-T6 billet machined aluminum riser blocks and Grade 8 fasteners.
With a set of short machined-in vertical stanchions, the blocks are designed to create an interference fit with detents on the bottom the factory risers. The bottom of the blocks include detents for installing the original rubber bumpers that were originally installed to the factory risers.
2.5 and 3.0 sizes are available in 2 styles, Style 2 (left) and Style 1 (right). Shorter sizes are all Style 1.
Sizes Shown: 1.25", 2.00", 3.00"
- For some installations, extended brake and clutch lines will be required.
- On ABS bikes, we have found that 1.75" is the most that we are comfortable with extending on the stock lines.
- Some users are installing up to 3" extensions on the stock lines, which is not recommended. This will defeat most of the intended slack, and the lines should be frequently inspected for damage or wear.
- It is reported that NON-ABS bikes have shorter factory lines than ABS bikes. We cannot confirm this as we have not performed an installation on a NON-ABS bike yet.
- The installer and the rider are responsible for ensuring the safety of the bike after installation and for performing pre-ride inspections.