How to Remove the Handlebars
Bonneville T100 Liquid
The how-to guide is proved for information purposes only. The guide assumes you have general mechanical knowledge and have the ability to remove and replace components on your motorcycle. If you have any questions or are not comfortable doing the work contact a professional mechanic. Keep all stock parts from your existing system as some components may be necessary to install your new British Customs Products depending on the application.
Read through the guide prior to beginning to remove any components. Always properly support the vehicle with a stand and/or lift when servicing or performing any work. Unstable vehicles my present dangerous conditions and may cause property damage and/or personal injury
Step By Step Guide - How to Remove the Handlebars
1. Remove the seat
2. Disconnect the battery, (-) black terminal 1st.
3. Remove the throttle tube (see How to Remove the Throttle Tube)
4. Using a 4mm Allen, remove the (1) fastener that secures the left-hand bar end.
5. Using a T20 Torx, remove the (2) fasteners that secure the left-hand switch housing to the clutch lever housing
6. Using a 5mm Allen, remove the (2) fasteners that secure the clutch lever housing to the handlebar. Let the clutch lever hang along with the forks.
7. If installing a new handlebar, remove the left-hand grip.
Note: Use compressed air to remove the grip.
7. Using a 6 mm Allen remove the (4) fasteners that secure the handlebar clamp.
Note: Make sure to support the handlebar while removing the handlebar clamp.
8. Remove the clamp and the handlebar.