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2010

MATT LEMOINE Photo: Frank Hoppen


We Didn’t Just Set The New Standard.

We Invented It.

Specific Stiffness of MX Bars (Stiffness for Weight)

Two decades ago in 1989, Easton was approached by a private client to create the first lightweight aluminum handlebars for offroad motorcycles.

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In developing what would become the EXP bar/clamp system, Easton engineers focused on five design parameters to meet the best-in-class performance criteria: 1. Optimize bar diameter. A proprietary analysis of diameters and wall sections mapped against a tube’s material properties and the weight of the resulting part shows a strength/stiffness/weight “sweet spot” for aluminum bars lies somewhere between 1 1/8 and 1 1/2”. Easton engineers settled on a 1 3/8”oversize bar, plus an industry-standard 1 1/8” solution. For 2010, we’ve re-designed the 1 1/8” TaperWall bar to take advantage of many of the EXP technology features in the popular 1 1/8” format, so riders can have EXP performance without swapping out clamps and hardware. 2. Optimize materials. For oversized (1 3/8” diameter) bars, Easton’s proprietary EA 70 Series Aluminum was chosen for fatigue resistance, and an exceptionally ductile version selected for the high degree of formability required. For the new EXP 1 1/8”, EA 50 alloy delivers an even higher specific modulus (stiffness-toweight) to optimize steering precision in the industrystandard 1 1/8” format.

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6. Offer more positioning options to better fit the rider to the bike and embrace the ever-growing range of offroad riding disciplines. In addition to Freestyle and “Woods” bars, MX/SX/AX designs are available in eight bends from 54.8-94.3mm in height, 66.7-45.7mm in pullback, and in sweeps from 17.5-11.6°. Clamps are offered in a variety of bar centers, offsets and base formats.

2. Stiffness And Ultimate Strength. EXP designs are much stiffer than standard alloy bars, which improves steering and handling, while still offering sufficient flex to create a more benign failure mode (that’s engineer-speak for “they don’t suddenly break in two”) than crossbar designs, at far less weight. Which brings us to

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The Five Key Rider Benefits Of Easton EXP Engineering

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3. Create smoother wall transitions to distribute loads more efficiently. Conventional bar butting designs often features relatively abrupt transitions, due to limitations in the source material’s ductility and/or the manufacturing process. This can create internal stress risers, which require additional material to strengthen the area and/or create potential failure sites within the finished piece. 4.Optimize the clamp/bolt system. Clamps and fasteners have received virtually no attention from engineers since the days of 7/8” steel bars except to resize them. This overlooked aspect of bar design turns out to be one of the most fruitful areas in terms of performance enhancement. Within this area, Easton Engineers developed four sub-objectives to increase overall bar system performance: • Optimize clamping surface to increase surface area/ polar moment of inertia; decrease clamping force needed to hold the bar in order to reduce potential damage from pinching or microabrasion. • Improve overall clamp strength, since it’s often the site of failure. • Eliminate the 90° interface between bar and clamp to prevent stress risers and site-specific bar failures in this area. • Optimize bolt design. This was done by moving the system to four 6mm bolts per clamp (instead of the traditional two 8mm bolts) to distribute loads more effectively. Higher quality bolts were also used with rolled threads, and then only partly threaded to increase overall bolt strength.

So what does all this EXP technology buy you? Glad you asked. 1. More Strength, Less Fatigue. The 1 3/8” EXP design shows cyclic fatigue strength far superior to other single-bar designs, and comparable to 7/8” crossbar designs weighing far more.

3. Weight Savings. Considered as a bar/ clamp system the 1 3/8” EXP solution offers weight savings within 15 grams of the lightest alloy models, but with strength and stiffness comparable to the strongest crossbar designs. And compared to crossbars, 1 3/8” EXP models are lighter—by almost a third of a pound (more than 5 ounces). 4. A More Precise Bike Fit. By developing a variety of clamps/ offset/bar combinations, designers were able to offer the Industry’s widest range of rider fit solutions, while still keeping product SKUs to a manageable level.

FATIGUE TESTING 800k CYCLES UNTIL FAILURE

Let’s face it. The alloy bars developed two decades ago are simply no longer adequate to meet the needs of today’s evolving sport. So we decided to do something about it. Two things, in fact.

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Now fast-forward twenty years. Changes in the sport have placed new demands on riders and machines alike. Radical 4-stroke engines deliver enormous increases in power and torque. And the riders themselves are more demanding than ever.

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The design, manufactured by Easton and marketed under the ProTaper name (and later by other companies under a variety of trademarks), exhibited acceptable strength & fatigue performance and much lighter weight, but relatively low stiffness characteristics. Nonetheless, Easton ProTaper set the standard for offroad bar performance.

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5. Put the system loads on the clamps, not the bolts. Maximal contact area between clamp plates was accomplished by creating a lip or “shelf” in the contact area. As a result, this permitted a simplified mounting system whereby the upper bolts could simply be snugged up to bring the plates into contact, then lower bolts easily tightened to spec without going through a complex torquing sequence. With this technique, net time difference in the pits swapping bars is less than 30” versus conventional two-bolt systems.

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5. Still Fully Compatible With Existing Grips And Accessories (7/8” at ends), thanks to extremely ductile Easton aluminum alloys and our advanced formative technologies.

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What The Graphs Show The false-color Finite Element Analysis (FEA) renderings below show the effects of strain on three bar designs. In these renderings, blue represents the “coolest” or least-stressed areas under load, followed by green, yellow and (not pictured in these examples) red.

This 7/8” crossbar design is strong overall, but the design concentrates loads (green areas) where the crossbar joins the main section, creating a relatively high potential for catastrophic (sudden) failure at this site in an otherwise strong (although heavy) design.

Above: Standard 1 1/8” alloy bar, designed to deliver equal strength along the load path. Note that this design still concentrates loads—and therefore, failure potential—at the clamps.

Oversize 1 3/8” EXP bar (note revised clamp design) disperses loads far more effectively along the entire bar length, increasing overall strength and significantly reducing failure potential.

BROC TICKLE Photo: Frank Hoppen


1 3/8”BARS FREESTYLE

MX/SX/AX/OFF ROAD

• Choice of top freestyle athlete Mat Rebaud • Taller, shallower bend offers enhanced platform for more control • Up to 4x as durable as conventional designs • 1 3/8” OD - the largest, most secure clamping area • TaperWall™ technology for increased control and improved comfort • EA70 aluminum high specific modulus (stiffness-to-weight ratio) alloy • Lifetime Warranty

• Eight bends to offer broad range of fit options • Up to 4x as durable as conventional designs • 1 3/8” OD - the largest, most secure clamping area • TaperWall™ technology for increased control and improved comfort • EA70 aluminum high specific modulus (stiffness-to-weight ratio) alloy • Wide range of bar bends to optimize rider position • Lifetime Warranty

New Bar Pad

EXP M 58 67 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

58.4 mm 66.7 mm 2.8 degrees 17.5 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 89 56 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

89.9 mm 55.7 mm 8.5 degrees 14.6 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 68 51 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

EXP M 92 46 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

68.3 mm 51.5 mm 4.6 degrees 13.5 degrees 200 mm

91.9 mm 45.7 mm 7 degrees 11.6 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 72 57 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

72.3 mm 56.6 mm 5.3 degrees 14.8 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 77 48 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

77.2 mm 48.6 mm 6.8 degrees 12.9 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 92 53 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

92.4 mm 52.6 mm 6.1 degrees 13.4 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 94 56 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

94.3 mm 56.1 mm 7.8 degrees 14.5 degrees 200 mm

EXP M 109 36 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

108.6 mm 36.3 mm 7.9 degrees 8.7 degrees 200 mm

WOODS • Longer flats and shorter center section accommodate bar trimming and bar accessories • Taller and slightly deeper bend for standing/sitting/standing woods work Up to 4x as durable as conventional designs • 1 3/8” OD - the largest, most secure clamping area • TaperWall™ technology for increased control and improved comfort • EA70 aluminum high specific modulus (stiffness-to-weight ratio) alloy • Lifetime Warranty

EXP M 102 66 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep End Length

101.4 mm 63.6 mm 5.9 degrees 15 degrees 210 mm

Above, actual wall sections of the Easton EXP bar. Note the exceptionallly smooth transitions

betweenactual sectional-areas, reinforcement of stressed EXP areas while Above: wall allowing sections of the Easton bar. preventing Note thestress risers in the transitions themselves. exceptionally smooth transitions between sectional-areas, al lowing reinforcement of stressed areas while preventing stress risers in the transitions themselves.


1 3/8”BARS Cross Reference Guide COMMON BENDS

CR LOW, CARMICHAEL, 790, 99 CR MID, YZ/YZF, 996

EASTON 1 3/8 BARS

HEIGHT

PULLBACK

TIP°

SWEEP°

TOTAL WIDTH

END LENGTH

EXP M 58 67

58.4

66.7

2.8°

17.5°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 68 51

68.3

51.5

4.6°

13.5°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 72 57

72.3

56.6

5.3°

14.8°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 77 48

77.2

48.6

6.8°

12.7°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 89 56

89.9

55.7

8.5°

14.6°

800 MM

200 MM

KTM, SUZUKI

EXP M 92 46

91.9

45.7

11.6°

800 MM

200 MM

HENRY/REED, 966, 998

EXP M 92 53

92.4

52.6

6.1°

13.4°

800 MM

200 MM

CR HI, WINDHAM, MCGRATH, KXF, 722, 918, 994, 997

EXP M 94 56

94.3

56.1

7.8°

14.5°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP W 102 66 (woods)

101.4

63.6

5.9°

15°

775 MM

210 MM

EXP M 109 36 (freestyle)

108.6

36.3

7.9°

8.7°

800 MM

200 MM

DARRYN DURHAM

Photo: Frank Hoppen


1 3/8” CLAMPS

Not Just a Better Bar. A Better System.

EXP TC 45 0

Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface

EXP TC 45 5

Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface

Conventional clamp designs are a significant part of the problem the EXP system solves. They were developed for steel bars, and work pretty well at smaller steel-bar diameters (although steel bars have trouble getting enough grip—that’s why they’re knurled). But when the industry went to aftermarket 1 1/8” bars, they kept the 70-year-old mounting system and merely enlarged it to the new bar size. From an engineering standpoint the bar, the clamps, and the clamping bolts are all part of an integrated system and, for optimization purposes, they need to be addressed as such.

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 45mm Zero Black anodized forged aluminum flat base

Conventional 1 1/8” designs have more clamping surface area (owing to their larger bar diameter), but there’s still a relatively small engagement relative to the loads placed on it. Moreover, the standard two-bolt mounting system creates a “tight’ grip which leads to pinching, which in turn create stress risers in the 90° offset where the bar meets the clamp, weakening the system and ultimately reducing its effective life cycle.

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 45mm 5mm fore or aft Black anodized forged aluminum flat base

Under cyclic fatigue testing at high loads, two interesting conditions are observed with conventional 2-bolt mounts on 1 1/8” bars:

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Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface Other

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Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface Other

• Bolts often fail before the bar does, indicating they’re the weak point in the bar/ clamp system.

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 45mm 5mm fore or aft Black anodized forged aluminum flat base Attachment hardware included

• When bars fail, they fail at the clamping point, indicating a stress riser there. It should also be mentioned that the 2-bolt clamp design is also significantly heavier than it needs to be in terms of loads and dispersal. All good reasons for Easton to re-invent the entire system.

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 32.5mm Zero Black anodized forged aluminum 7/8” bar mounts- M8 x 1.25 bolts Attachment hardware included

EXP TC 45 0 Aftermarket Solid Triple Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface Other

Above: conventional clamp design encourages uneven tension, Conventional clamp design (above) encourages uneven tension, literally bending bolts and contributing to in-field failures.

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 45mm Zero Black anodized forged aluminum Solid Aftermarket Triple Clamps Attachment hardware included

EXP TC 45 5 Aftermarket Solid Triple Technologies Bar Center from base Offset Construction Bike interface Other

Top Lock, DST, 35mm Oversize 45 mm 5 mm fore or aft Black anodized forged aluminum Solid Aftermarket Triple Clamps Attachment hardware included

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EXP clamp/bolt system (above) features a stress-relieving lip design that takes loads off bolts and a simplified tensioning mechanism.


1 3/8” HARDWARE All Easton EXP hardware features SAE Grade 12.9 (equivalent to ASO Grade 8) grade zinc-plated steel with Nylok® nuts. Precise shank shapes (no threads where they’re not needed) increase bolt strength and deliver a factory-secure fit. Why Stiffer Bars Are Better. (Wall Size Remains Constant)

OK, the charts on the previous pages show pretty clearly how EXP engineering delivers a stronger, stiffer, more reliable bar at a fraction of the weight. But as riders, we’ve been hearing for years about the “shock absorbing flex” benefits of alloy bars and how they combat arm pump and fatigue. So how can Easton claim their stiffer bars are better than traditional designs?

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The Short Answer is, because it’s true. In fact, we have an entire 16-page white paper to prove it. You can get the full story—with more tables, charts, graphs and equations than you can shake your granddad’s slide rule at—from www.eastonexp. com/whitepaper. That’s the Long Answer.

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EXP TH 58 11.9 Shank Length Shank Diameter Thread shaft Material

52mm total / 21mm / 31mm 11.9mm / 11.0 step down M10 x 1.25 Zinc plated steel 12.9 grade SAE

EXP TH 70 11.9 Shank Length Shank Diameter Thread shaft Material

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64 mm 11.9 mm M12 x 1.25 Zinc plated steel 12.9 grade SAE

2.00 1.00 stiffness

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strength 1"

1 1/8"

1 1/4"

Bar Size 1 3/8"

1 1/2"

Above: theoretical characteristics for a tube of constant wall thickness. Note the tube

EXP TH 75 11.9 Shank Length Shank Diameter Thread shaft Material

EXP TH 85 11.9 69 mm 11.9 mm M10 x 1.25 Zinc plated steel 12.9 grade SAE

Shank Length Shank Diameter Thread shaft Material

Above: theoretical characteristics for a tube of constant wall thickness. Note the relatively large gains in strength and stiffness with relatively diameter. modest increase in tube diameter.

Specifc Properties of Materials (Strength or Stiffness for Weight)

79 mm 11.9 mm M10 x 1.25 Zinc plated steel 12.9 grade SAE

90.0 80.0 2024 Al (ProTaper) 6061 Al EA70 Al (Easton EXP) 7075 Al (Renthal) 4130 (CrMo) Steel 1010 (Carbon) Steel

70.0 60.0 50.0 40.0 30.0 20.0

Now for the Medium-Sized Answer, which involves a little bit of suspension physics and some understanding of how bars actually behave under riding loads: • The sophisticated suspension systems used in offroad racing work because they flex, but also because of their damping characteristics (which is why we use shocks and not springs). In the case of bars, there is effectively zero damping effect. Push on a bar, and it flexes slightly, then returns more or less immediately to its original position. In suspension terms, there is a spring circuit, but no damping circuit. • During laboratory fatigue testing, we observe that the actual amount of bar deflection under normal offroad riding loads is quite small—less than a millimeter under a 200 pound (76.5Kg) vertical input. For major bumps and other input, it only occurs at all in the last few pounds of load before the entire system is topped out, and unlike a rider’s arms, the front shock, or even a rubber tire, a tubular bar has no significant inherent damping characteristic.

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Specific Strength (Tensile) (x103 in2)

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Specific Strength (Yield) (x103 in2) Specific Modulus (Stiffness) (x106psi)

Above: ounce for ounce, Easton’s EA 70 Series aluminum is more than Above: ounce for ounce, Easton’s EA 70 Series aluminum is three times as strong as CrMo steel; more than double the strength of the more than three times strong as CrMo steel; more than 6061 aluminum used in 1 1/8”asbars.

double the strength of the 6061 aluminum used in 1⅛” bars.

EXP TH 90 11.9 Shank Length Shank Diameter Thread shaft Material

84mm total / 21mm / 63mm 11.9mm / 11.0 step down M10 x 1.25 Zinc plated steel 12.9 grade SAE

For hardware and bike compatibility, please visit www.eastonexp.com

• In the case of micro-vibrations (relatively highfrequency input from engine or other sources), it’s clear that these inputs lack sufficient amplitude to cause the bar to flex (as opposed to merely vibrate along with the rest of the system) at all. And finally, if flexy bars were really better, why are so many pros still riding 7/8” crossbar designs? (For now, at least.)


GRIPS

SR 0.0 Full Diamond design Soft-Mid Race Compound Donuts and slip-on Grip Covers included

MR 0.0 Full Diamond design Mid-Firm Race Compound Donuts and slip-on Grip Covers included

FTR 0.5 Thicker Half Waffle shock absorbent design Firm Trail Compound - more durable than Race Two additional safety wire grooves Donuts and slip-on Grip Covers included

SR 0.5 Half Waffle design Soft-Mid Race Compound Donuts and slip-on Grip Covers included

MR 0.5 Half Waffle design Mid-Firm Race Compound Donuts and slip-on Grip Covers included

Spare Parts GRIP COVERS & DONUTS Easton EXP grip covers and donuts EXP BAR PAD (Grey) are included with each Easton grip set. Also sold separately. EXP BAR PAD (Red) EXP TC REPLACEMENT BOLT KIT EXP TU REPLACEMENT BOLT KIT (UNIVERSAL) EXP TC 5mm Socket

DARRYN DURHAM

Photo: Frank Hoppen


1 3/8” ACCESSORIES

New For 2010

Stabilizer Mount

Stabilizer Mount APPLICATION CHART BRAND HONDA

YAMAHA

• Cleanly mounts Scotts Steering Stabilizer under Easton’s 1 3/8’s bar system. • Only raises bars 25mm (same as Scotts undermount) • Innovative dial control allows one bracket to fit a variety of off-road models and brands • Move from bike to bike with quick and simple adjustment • Works with most OEM and Scotts triple clamps • Required 5mm offset Easton DST Clamps and 12.9 Grade mounting hardware included • Patent Pending  

KAWASAKI

MODEL CRF 450R 05-09

OEM Triples X

SCOTTS Triples X

CRF 450X 05-09

X

X

CRF 250R 04-09

X

X

CRF 250X 04-09

X

X

CR 250R 04-07

X

X

CR 125R 04-07

X

X

YZ 450F 06-09

X

X

WR 450F 06-09

X

X

YZ 250F 06-09

X

X

WR 250F 06-09

X

X

WR 250R 08-09

X

X

WR 250X 08-09

X

X

YZ 250 06-09

X

X

YZ 125 06-09

X

X

KX 450F 06-09

X

X

KLX 450 08-09

X

X

KX 250F 05-09*

X

X

KX 250 05-07

X

KX 125 05

X

May fit many other Scotts triple applications so please consult with Scotts Performance 818-248-6747 *No Scotts for ‘05

Handguard Mounts Top View

• • • • •

Works only with EXP 1 3/8” bars Compatible with all major brand’s wrap around handguards Mounts directly to thickest and most durable portion of bar Inner rubber bushing reduces stress on bar and helps absorb shock from impacts Swivel clamp (open/close) design allows mounting without removal of controls or grips

Handguard Mount


1 3/8”

Clamp and Hardware Application Guide YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

2009 2009 2009 2009

RXV 5.5 SXV 5.5 RXV 4.5 SXV 4.5

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2009 2009 2009 2009

CRF 450R CRF 450X CRF 250R CRF 250X

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2009 2009 2009

KX 450F KLX 450 KX 250F

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008 2008

RXV 5.5 SXV 5.5 RXV 4.5 SXV 4.5

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008 2008

CRF 450R CRF 450X CRF 250R CRF 250X

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008

KX 450F KLX 450 KX 250F

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007

RXV 5.5 SXV 5.5 RXV 4.5 SXV 4.5

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

CRF 450R CRF 450X CRF 250R CRF 250X CR 250R CR 125R

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007

KX 450F KX 250F KX 250

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2006 2006 2006

KX 450F KX 250F KX 250

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

CRF 450R CRF 450X CRF 250R CRF 250X CR 250 CR 125

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2005 2005 2005

KX 250F KX 250 KX 125

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

CRF 450R CRF 450X CRF 250R CRF 250X CR 250 CR 125

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2004 2004 2004 2004 2004

CRF 450R CRF 250R CRF 250X CR 250 CR 125

TH 85 11.9 TC 45 0 2009 Clamp TH 85 & 11.9Hardware TC 45 0 TH 85 11.9 TC 45 0 Application Guide

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

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TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2009 Clamp & Hardware Application Guide

02_09 02_09

02_09 02_09

TC 45 0 TC 45 0

2009 Clamp & Hardware Application Guide 02_09 02_09

TH 85 11.9 TH 85 11.9

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

02_09 02_09

2009 Clamp & Hardware Application Guide

50 SX Mini 50 SX Junior 50 SX 65 SX 65 XC 85 SX 85 XC 105 SX 105 XC 125 SX 150 SX 250 SX 200 XC 200 XC-W 250 XC 250 XC-W 300 XC 300 XC-W 250 SX-F 250 XC-F 250 XCF-W 450 SX-F 450 XC-F 400 XC-W 450 XC-W 450 EXC 450 SMR 505 SX-F 505 XC-F 530 XC-W 530 EXC 690 Enduro 950 Super Enduro 990 Adventure S 990 Adventure

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

SM 610 SM 510R TE 510 TC 510 SM 450R TE 450 TC 450 TE 310 WR 300 WR 250 TE 250 TC 250 WR 125 CR 125

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

SM 610 TE 610 SM 510R TXC 510 TE 510 TC 510 SM 450R TXC 450 TE 450 TC 450 WR 250 TXC 250 TE 250 TC 250 WR 125 CR 125

TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED TH 90 11.9 TH 80 10.9

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TC 45 0 N/A

TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 TC 45 5 KTM

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50 Mini Adventure 50 Senior Adventure 50 SX JR LC 50 SX SR LC 65 SX 85 SX 105 SX 125 SX 144 SX 250 SX 250 SX-F 200 XC 200 XC-W 250 XC-W 300 XC 300 XC-W 250 XC-F 250 XCF-W 400 XC-W 450 XC 450 XC-W 450 SX-F 450 SMR 450 EXC (USA) 525 XC 525 XC-W 525 EXC (USA) 560 SMR 950 Super Enduro R 950 Supermoto

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50 SX Mini 50 SX Junior 50 SX 65 SX 65 XC 85 SX 85 XC 105 SX 105 XC 125 SX 144 SX 250 SX 200 XC 200 XC-W 250 XC 250 XC-W 300 XC 300 XC-W 250 SX-F 250 XC-F 250 XCF-W 450 SX-F 450 XC-F 450 XCR-W 450 EXC-R 450 SMR 505 SX-F 505 XC-F 530 XCR-W 530 EXC-R 690 ENDURO 690 SMC 950 Super Enduro 950 Supermoto-R 990 Adventure S 990 Adventure

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02_09 02_09

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SM 610 TE 610 SMR 510 R TE 510 TC 510 SMR 450 R TE 450 TC 450 WR 250 TE 250 TC 250 WR 125 CR 125


1 3/8”

Clamp and Hardware Application Guide HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

TRIPLE CLAMP BRAND

TYPE

HARDWARE 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED INCLUDED TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 KTM TC 45 5 TC 45 5

BMW 2009 2009

F 800 GS F 650 GS

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5

APPLIED

SOLID

INCLUDED

2008 2008

F 800 GS F 650 GS

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

BRP

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

INCLUDED

N/A

TC 45 5 KTM

EMIG RACING

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

PRO CIRCUIT

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

RIDE

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

SCOTTS

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TAG

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TOPAR

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

UNIVERSAL

SOLID

INCLUDED

TC 45 0 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

TC 45 5 AFTERMARKET/ SOLID

HUSABERG 2005-2009 ALL

DUCATI ALL 1000/1100 Multistrada TH 90 11.9

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50 Mini Adventure 50 SR Adventure 50 PRO JR LC 50 PRO SR LC 65 SX 85 SX 125 SX 200 EXC 250 SX 250 EXC 250 SX-F 300 EXC 450 SX 450 EXC 625 SMC 950 Supermoto

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50 Mini Adventure 50 Senior Adventure 50 SX JR LC 50 SX SR LC 65 SX 85 SX 125 SX 250 SX 250 SX-F 450 SX 525 SX 200 XC 200 XC-W 250 XC 250 XC-W 300 XC 300 XC-W 400 EXC 450 XC 450 EXC 525 XC 525 EXC 450 SMR 560 SMR 625 SMC 950 Adventure 950 Supermoto

BMW / HUSABERG / DUCATI YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

YEAR MODEL

HARDWARE

CLAMP 0mm OFFSET

CLAMP 5mm OFFSET

2009 2009 2009

DR 650 SE (96-09) DRZ 400 SM RM 250

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008

DRZ 650 SE (96-09) DRZ 400 SM RM 250

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

DRZ 650 SE (96-09) DRZ 400 SM RMZ 450 RM 250 RM 125

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

YZF 450 YZF 250 WR 450 YZ 250 YZ 125 WR 250F WR 250R WR 250X

TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

DRZ 650 SE (96-09) DRZ 400 SM RMZ 450 RMZ 250 RM 250 RM 125

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

YZ 450F WR 450F YZ 250F WR 250F WR 250R WR 250X YZ 250 YZ 125

TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

DRZ 650 SE (96-09) DRZ 400 SM RMZ 450 RMZ 250 RM 250 RM 125

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 75 11.9 TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

YZ 450F YZ 250F WR 250F YZ 250 YZ 125

TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 58 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2004 2004

DRZ 650 SE (96-09) RM 250

TH 90 11.9 TH 90 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5

2006 2006 2006 2006

YZ 450F YZ 250F YZ 250 YZ 125

TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9 TH 70 11.9

TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0 TC 45 0

TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5 TC 45 5

AFTERMARKET TRIPLE CLAMPS - SOLID MOUNT (NO INSERTS)

TRIPLE CLAMP BRAND

TYPE

HARDWARE CLAMP CLAMP 0mm OFFSET 0mm OFFSET 5mm OFFSET

APPLIED

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

BRP

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

FACTORY CONNECTION

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

PRO CIRCUIT

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 75 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

RIDE

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

SCOTTS

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

TAG

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

UNIVERSAL

RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS

TH 85 11.9

TC 45 0

TC 45 5

04_09

02_09 02_09

02_09 02_09

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2009 Clamp & Hardware Application Guide

These clamps are designed for aftermarket triple clamps with thickness between 8-22mm.

AFTERMARKET TRIPLE CLAMPS - RUBBER MOUNT (RUBBER OR SOLID INSERTS)

04_09

YEAR MODEL


1 1/8” BARS

New For 2010

HOW EASTON BUILT THE BEST 1 1/8” BAR. STARTING WITH EA50, THE BEST 1 1/8” BAR MATERIAL. To bring the highest level of performance to the 1 1/8” bar format, Easton selected our proprietary EA 50 alloy, a different material than our 1 3/8” EXP designs. And here’s why: in order to provide comparable performance, a smallerdiameter bar needs a more rigid material than a larger-diameter one. So one secret of building stiffer, stronger, lighter bars (of any size) lies in selecting the right material and optimizing its mechanical properties to deliver the best performance for each design. For the oversize EXP, that ideal combination of material properties is found in our proprietary EA70 material. It’s more than three times as strong as CrMo steel; more than double the strength-forweight of the 6061 aluminum used in competitors’ 1 1/8” bars. And our EA 50 alloy has even higher specific modulus (stiffness for weight), making it the ideal material for the 1 1/8” bar size.

Cross Reference Guide COMMON BENDS

EASTON 1 1/8 BARS

HEIGHT

PULLBACK

TIP°

SWEEP°

TOTAL WIDTH

END LENGTH

EXP M 82 57/CR MID

82 MM

57 MM

6.3°

13.3°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 95 60/CR HI

95 MM

60 MM

16.9°

800 MM

200 MM

CARMICHAEL

EXP M 77 55

77.2 MM

55 MM

9.8°

14.2°

800 MM

200 MM

HENRY/REED

EXP M 92 57

92 MM

57 MM

7.5°

16.1°

800 MM

200 MM

EXP M 99 53/RM MID

99 MM

52.6 MM

14.6°

800 MM

200 MM

CR MID CR HI

WINDHAM/RM MID

So why not use EA 50 for both? Because at the larger 1 3/8” diameter, the stiffness of EA 50 actually starts to work against itself. But when used in the smaller (and therefore, less rigid) 1 1/8” size, that same added measure of stiffness turns out to be a good thing. And one final question: why don’t other brands use EA 50 or EA 70 materials in their bars to make them lighter, stiffer, and stronger? Because they’re not Easton.

EXP M 99 53/RM MID Height 99 mm Pull Back 52.6 mm Tip 7 degrees Sweep 14.6 degrees Similar to WINDHAM End Length 200 mm

EXP M 82 57/CR MID Height 82 mm Pull Back 57 mm Tip 6.3 degrees Sweep 13.3 degrees End Length 200 mm

EXP M 95 60/CR HI Height 95 mm Pull Back 60 mm Tip 7 degrees Sweep 16.9 degrees End Length 200 mm

EXP M 92 57 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep Similar to End Length

92 mm 57 mm 7.5 degrees 16.1 degrees HENRY/REED 200 mm

EXP M 77 55 Height Pull Back Tip Sweep Similar to End Length

77.2 mm 55 mm 9.8 degrees 14.2 degrees CARMICHAEL 200 mm


POINT OF PURCHASE

WWW.EASTONEXP.COM

We offer two Easton EXP displays that will help enhance any location’s inventory management and sales.

To learn more about our line or to find the latest in fit and product information, please visit our web site. Because we know the purchase of a new bar system requires careful consideration, our site helps riders prequalify their bar choice with helpful and informative tools like our detailed TECHNICAL OVERVIEW section and our exclusive BAR POSITIONING SHOWCASE.

EASTON EXP WALL DISPLAY Our versatile wall mount display works equally well on peg gondolas as it does on perimeter slat wall.

Since our EXP system is new, our PRODUCT pages are thorough and can be used to walk through the bar system selection process step by step.

Material: Steel Color: Textured black Dimensions: 39w x 51h x 12d Interface: Slat wall, slat grid, peg board capable heavy duty brackets included Capacity: 12 bars, our line of clamps/hardware, and additional accessories Display Bar: Bracket mounts for one complete (bar, clamp, hardware) out of box

Our IN-DEPTH-LOOK and FAQ sections provide insights into why Easton has been the leader in material technology for sporting applications for over six decades. Last but not least, our PERFORMANCE section highlights the benefits our system offers every Easton EXP rider.

EASTON EXP WALL DISPLAY

EASTON EXP FREESTANDING DISPLAY The fully mobile floor display provides one stop shopping in higher volume locations. Material: Steel Color: Textured black Dimensions: 45w x 70h x 24d Interface: Fully mobile with heavy duty locking casters included Capacity: 24 bars, a deeper inventory of our line of clamps/hardware, and additional accessories Display Bar: Bracket mounts for two complete (bar, clamp, hardware) out of box Designed to complement our hard working product packaging, both are highly efficient, easy to merchandise, extremely durable and carry a complete displayed EXP bar system - we consider them a sales performance necessity. Printed FIT CHARTS and bar bend cross referencing tools are provided separately with attachment hardware so they can be placed on the displays. These are updated periodically as new models arrive and/or our product line evolves.

EASTON EXP FLOOR DISPLAY


USA EASTON-BELL SPORTS 5550 Scotts Valley Drive Scotts Valley, CA 95066 Tel. 831-461-7500 Fax. 831-461-7503 SALES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE 735 Pacesetter Drive Rantoul, IL 61866 Dealer Sales Tel. 800-776-5677 Dealer Sales Fax. 800-888-9009 Credit Team Tel. 866-525-2355 Consumer Hotline Tel. 800-456-2355 Online Dealer Support: belldealersupport.com

Rider Contact: 1-800-456-2355 1-217-893-9300 8am to 5pm CST info@eastonexp.com CANADA OGC Dealer Contact: 1-800-363-0693 1-800-661-1691 fax info@ogc.ca www.ogc.ca

Lifetime Warranty: Any EXP bar, clamp, or hardware kit determined by Easton Sports, Inc. (ESI) to be defective in materials or workmanship when used by the original owner will be repaired or replaced, at ESI’s option, free of charge when received at the below ESI address, freight prepaid, together with proof of purchase and a description of the claimed defect. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties. Any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are limited to the same duration as this express warranty.

UK Madison Dealer Contact: 00-44 800 1300598 00-44 1908 326032 www.ultimatepursuits.co.uk

ESI shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of implied warranties, incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty does not cover anything resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, alteration, failure to perform maintenance as instructed or unauthorized repair or service. Bars, clamps (perches), and hardware will only be considered for coverage when used together as a system. ESI does not cover applications not recommended nor mixing of EXP bars or hardware with other brands of bars or hardware. EXP - Not Just the Best Handlebar, the Best handlebar System. Easton Sports, Inc. This warranty does not cover any representation or warranty made by Dealers beyond the provisions of this warranty. You must establish proof of purchase to obtain warranty service or replacement. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also have other rights, which vary from state to state. If you have any questions about your Easton EXP / ESI product, please call us toll free at: 1-800-456-2355.

MAT REBEAUD Photo: Frank Hoppen


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