Learn how to install a set of HCC 1 1/2″ Hell Bent Bagger bars on a 2008-2013 Harley Davidson Street Glide or Ultra Classic.
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Located in Austin, Tx, Hill Country Custom Cycles is a Harley Davidson handlebar expert that has been in business over 15 years. Through years of sales of Plug and Play™ kits and custom Harley handlebar fabrication, we’ve come know the potential frustrations of installing new handlebars for your ride. Follow along as we simplify the installation process and brings years of industry experience to make your life easier.
This video covers nearly all of the installation process for these new Hell Bent Baggers except for the clutch and brake bleeding. To see a very simple and pain-free way bleed your ABS brakes properly,
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*Disclaimer: This video is intended for educational purposes to help you perform this installation yourself. All steps are performed by a professional and although we believe most people can do this, if you don’t feel mechanically inclined enough to work on your motorcycle then please consult a professional. If the motorcycle is not put back together properly it can make your bike a danger to yourself and others on the road. So be smart and please consult a professional if you’re unsure of a certain procedure.