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I don't own a Fury yet, but I've been closely eyeing the pictures.

Is it my imagination, or is the speedo attached to the stock bars? I was considering putting 12" apes on mine when I get it, but that speedo makes a swap look difficult.
 

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I don't own a Fury yet, but I've been closely eyeing the pictures.

Is it my imagination, or is the speedo attached to the stock bars? I was considering putting 12" apes on mine when I get it, but that speedo makes a swap look difficult.
You are correct, the speedo does mount to the bars.
 

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I am sure it can be done.

Anything can be done for the right $. I was also thinking of changing to some T-bars. I am not sure how that would work with the gorilla bars since most of them do not have a place to attacht a box like T-bars would. I would hate to see someone put one on the gas tank since that is one of the best parts of the Fury, but I am sure it could be done that way. You could always go really old school and go without, but I would not do that myself.
 

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I guess I could always fabricate a mounting plate that would clamp to the center of a regular set of bars... that would be the cheapest option.

I've seen some of the Dakota Digital speedos, and some nice apes from Custom Cycle Controls that have internal throttle cables, brake lines, wiring, etc. Some nice stuff, but it's $2300 nice, plus $700 for the Dakota instrumentation.

Talk about cleaning up your front end, though...
 

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think about it.most ape hangers have a connecter bar.if not you can put one in.
 

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I'm sure if you give it enough time someone will design something that is compatible with the factory speedo, or like djconroy said, you could go with some Dakota Digitals.
 
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