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                                     Phantom Highway bar

                                    Free (JBN 140) Rubber pads with any highway bar purchase.

                                                             Click here to see the bar on motorcycle

Special attention to details and quality

  • Triple chrome plated for show chrome finish. 
  • We polished off the unsightly welding at the corner for smooth chrome finish.
  •  Tube diameter:  1.33" for massive looks.
  •  Patented


Chrome billet Universal foot clamps for Phantom highway bar.

JBN 150

Chrome billet construction for universal male foot peg.

For 1.33 OD bars.

JBN 140

Rubber pads for phantom highway bar.



Part number Description
JBN 010 For Road King and Touring Models from 1997-Present except FLTR (Road Glide)


JBN 030 For  Softail Heritage, Fatboy

From 1986-1999 FLST, FLSTC, FLSTF, FLSTN, FLSTS models

JBN 050 For Softail Heritage, Fatboy

From 2000-later FLST, FLSTC, FLSTS, FLSTSC, FLSTN, FLSTF models

JBN 070 For FXST, Softail




JBN Highway Bars are designed to fit as an accessory on specific stock & unaltered OEM Motorcycles as depicted on/by each model JBN Highway Bar.

 JBN Highway Bar End Users/Installers should insure before installation that the motorcycle has not been altered and is of stock origin in regards to front-end, frame, viscosity of fork oil and filled to OEM Manufacturer specific level of fork oil to insure correct level of compression in respect to front-end compression.

 Present models of JBN Highway Bars are not designed to be used on models with altered/different or lowered front-ends nor models that have custom fenders, fenders that are different than OEM Factory Delivered Units, nor models that have the wheel or tire size changed.

JBN is in the design and manufacturing stages for new model Highway Bars to fit rubber mounted engine Sportster Models and Highway Bars for lowered V-Twin Touring Models. Projected to be released, approximately Mid-Summer.

Care should always be taken when cinching down a motorcycle on a trailer to tie-down to avoid over compression of front-end.

Look for exciting new designs and products in the near future.

Regards JBN