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    2014 RXT 260 Handlebars

    Hi everybody! Im new here. I have been out of PWC's for the last 12 years, (got married, had 3 kids), now the family and I decided to get back into it. We just bought a new 2014 RXT 260 and love it! I want to change the handlebars. My two youngest kids are 5 and 2, I have them ride in front of me so I can have more control over them and help them hang on. The prob is that the only place for them to hang onto is the grips. I want to change to some aftermarket bars with a decent bar pad. I picked up some Pro tapers, it has a good pad and space for their little hands to hang on. I opened up the factory bars and was surprised that there is not a bar clamp. The only option I have found so far is the Riva steering
    system. I was blown away by how much that thing is! Is there any other options? Has anyone else used that setup? Thanks


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    Congrats on your new ski!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Blue Rider View Post
    Congrats on your new ski!!!
    Thanks Deep Blue.

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    Excellent choice and such a beautiful ski. I wish I could help you with your question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q in Arizona View Post
    Excellent choice and such a beautiful ski. I wish I could help you with your question.
    Thanks Q I appreciate it.

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    I cant leave well enough alone, plus I like to add my own personal touches.
    Im a huge Dukes of Hazzard fan, so when I built my wheeler I wanted to make it look different from all the other Toyotas out there. I started with a cab and built from there. I built it 10 years ago as a tribute to my dad who died in 2003. We built everything together, I am the only one who has ever turned a wrench on the rig. So when I bought the RXT, with it being orange and black had to add a 01 on it. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey Hall View Post
    I cant leave well enough alone, plus I like to add my own personal touches.
    Im a huge Dukes of Hazzard fan, so when I built my wheeler I wanted to make it look different from all the other Toyotas out there. I started with a cab and built from there. I built it 10 years ago as a tribute to my dad who died in 2003. We built everything together, I am the only one who has ever turned a wrench on the rig. So when I bought the RXT, with it being orange and black had to add a 01 on it. Click image for larger version. 

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    Love to 01 on the ski...and damn nice crawler too! My brother actually owns one of the General Lee's that were used in the movie. The one that got the back window shot out.
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    Very nice choice sir. What about swapping out for the X handle bars?

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    Thank you. Im so jealous of your Brother!! I told my wife that I want a General Lee for my 40th bday, she has 3 years to figure it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badandyturbo View Post
    Very nice choice sir. What about swapping out for the X handle bars?
    I dont know if that will work, unless you can swap the steering column/ stem. I opened mine up and the bars are encased the plastic column, like one solid unit that cant be taken apart. I could be wrong tho, I hope I am and there is a simple solution. I would love to run the Riva system, but I would rather not spend a grand to swap bars.

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