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Renthal Fat Bar - Oversized 1-1/8"

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Product Description

The Renthal Fatbar® features a tapered outer wall resulting in a 1-1/8" (28.6 mm) clamping diameter and 7/8" diameter at the control ends. This profiled wall and braceless design combines excellent strength with good flexibility. KTM and Suzuki have chosen the Renthal Fatbar® as the ultimate braceless handlebar and fit them as original equipment where this design is preferred within their range.

The Renthal Fatbar® has the following features:

  • 1-1/8" (28.6 mm) large diameter clamping area.
  • Tapered wall construction to 7/8" (22.2 mm) allows fitment of standard grips and controls.
  • Braceless design.
  • 7010 T6 aluminum - Renthal has exclusive rights to this specifically developed alloy designed for the manufacture of handlebars.
  • Shot peened surface finish to help prevent fatigue failure.
  • Knurled grip area increases bonding between bars and grips.
  • No knurling in clamp area, this could cause stress on the riser and lead to fatigue failure.
  • Anodizing - a 15 step anodizing process forms an integral coating giving protection against corrosion.
  • Laser-etched positioning grid.
  • Available in a variety of bends and colors to offer a custom fit on the bike.
  • Notes: Requires oversized 1-1/8" bar mounts. Bar pad not included.

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Location: Oregon
Pulled my bike out of quicksand by the bars...

As the title says, I was riding at the dunes and promptly was stopped (doing about 35mph) in some quicksand. Long story short the bike was pretty well sunk in. Wrapped a strap around the corner of my bars and with the help of two others we towed it out. Bars are prefect still. Still riding on them. That event convinced me beyond a doubt. I'll buy these from now on.

Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Best product

Best bars on the market

Nice Bars

I recently purchased a set of the RC High bend in the Renthal Fat Bars. They feel great, luckily I have not got to test how they match after a crash but I am very pleased with them.

Renthal Fatbars

Good all around bars, definitely would recommend. i switched from standard bars to the oversized and i love the oversized. they give the bike a better all around feel.

Verified Purchaser
Good bars!

Absolutely love the fat bars. I bent my twinwall and replaced with the cr high bend and its almost the same bend! There is way less vibration. Haven't dumped the bike yet so I dont know how strong they are. Only bad thing is they came with a bar pad after I bought a new one for it

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Location: Alberta, Canada
Tough bars.

Great look and feel with these bars. Crashed hard and bars did not bend. Would by again.

Location: Racine WI

I ride A Yamaha YFZ 450R and the bend is excellent for ATV MX the have not bent or twisted yet. I recently purchased a second set for my other race quad

Location: Spain
Renthal fat bar #745

Classic bend great for transition from standing to sitting position

Verified Purchaser
Location: Susanville,CA
Great bar

The bar has a great feel to and and very durable. I have had 2 sets of these now and I love them. They can take a good hit and not bend.

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Location: Hollister, ca
Really good

Really good product love the bend very comfortable with the bend makes my cornering feel allot better

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DomAtlanta 1 month 13 days ago Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
I'm 6'2" and feel like I'm leaning over when standing too much with the stock bars. What version would work best for me?
I bent my bars during a crash last weekend. When riding standing I have to lean over way too far forward as the stock bars on the 2013 kx450f feel too low - I guess made for smaller guys. What combo of bar and other adjusting parts would you recommend?
Expert MotoSport Staff
29 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
I would recommend taking a look at the Fatbar section on the size chart (link on webpage just above where you select the bend) from what I can tell the "609 - RC High" bend would be the tallest Fat Bar Bend.
motonate 1 month 17 days ago
I'm putting a sub mount stabalizer on that raises the bars 25mm, l want to know what the lowest bend is to compensate?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 17 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
According to the size chart on these, the "672 - CR / MX Low" would be the lowest bend available in the Renthal Fat Bars.
Martin60 2 months 20 days ago
I have a 2011 ktm 450exc. What is the OEM bend for those bars? And what would you recommend for me being 6ft 3in??
Thanks for all your help. Love motosport!
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 19 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
According to Renthal's Bike fitment chart the closest to the OEM KTM bend in the Fat Bar would be a #672 bend or "CR Low". I would recommend the #605 - CR High for a taller bar that is similar to your OEM Bars.
Eric 3 months 4 days ago
What bend is the stock ktm bend?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 3 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
According to Renthal's Bike fitment chart the closest to the OEM KTM bend in the Fat Bar would be a #672 bend or "CR Low"
Santos 3 months 26 days ago
Which bend came witn RMZ 450 2007?
Expert MotoSport Staff
3 months 21 days ago
Renthal lists the OEM Suzuki Fat Bar bend as #672 or the "CR / MX Low" bend.
Chonny356 4 months 14 days ago
2013 kx450 stock bar?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 29 days ago
Kawasaki shows the OEM Bar as a Standard 7/8" Renthal 971 bend That same bend in the Renthal Fat Bar is actually the 671 bend or the "Carmichael" Bend.
Grimzkul 4 months 20 days ago Location: uk
Hi, I'd like to get a pair of these fatbars for my Aprilia MX 125 2006. Any ideas which would be the best fit and if they would fit the standard clamp?
Aaron Over 5 months ago Location: Cairns QLD, Australia
Bend options?
Can you please helps with bend options as I do not know which to choose? I am 6 foot 3 inches tall and I would like these bars for my 2012 RMZ450
Over 5 months ago
You would probably want a set that are high. I'm 6'1 and have ran the CR high bends and now I have the RC high (which are a little taller with less sweep). I would recommend at least the RC high. If you like the way your current bars are, just think they need to be taller you might think about getting risers for your current bars. Hope this helps.
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago
There are some good bend options for people like us that are 6'+. CR High, Windham, RC High are all good choices. Applied Racing makes 1-1/8" bar mounts that rise your bars +5 and +10mm over stock height. Here is a link to the Renthal Fat Bar size char that will help you in choosing a bend you think would feel best for you:
Rmz250 Over 8 months ago
2009 rmz 250?
What is the stock and bend of the bar for a 2009 rmz250 i have renthal fat bar on it right now but i need a new one cause i crashed and it bent a little, so will this work?
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, these will replace the OEM fat bars on your 2009 RMZ250. The stock bend was the 672 CR Low bend.
RMZ333 Over 9 months ago Location: Charlotte, NC, USA
Anybody know what bend came stock on the 2007 RMZ 250?
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The 2007 RMZ250 came stock with then Renthal 672 Cr Low bend
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