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I wanted to make some drop down handlebars(being inspired by olympics) for my brother. I didn't want to spend money so I just built it out of PVC ...
Things Needed: Any length(can cut later) 1/2 pvc pipe Heat gun or blow dryer Wrench I went to Crafty Beaver and I got a 1/2 inch PVC pipe ...
You have to then get a picture of what the handlebars look like maybe online so you know what you want it to be. You have to figure ...
Once you have it curved all the way it should look a little like this:
You then have to measure how long you want the handlebars to be on you bike and then you figure out how your handles will be one the ...
Then you have to do the heating and bending to the handlebar just like you did to the first one. The ones below aren't perfect but they should ...
Once you have the handlebars already finished you now just have to remove the old ones. With the bike I was using it was simple because the brakes ...
Then you just have to stick the new handlebars on where the old ones were and screw the stuff back in. My PVC fit perfectly and you are ...
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