Finally got around to fitting a set of Renthal 609-01 RC High Fatbars to my '19. Thought I might post my experience if anyone is interested. The 609' are wider than stock hence the grips will sit that much wider. The cables, brake hose, etc as stock have essentially no slack. You must release them from the brackets on the frame. Thanks to Jenny (JMo & Piglet) for that bit of advice. There is no chance of getting these bars to work if you don't. I removed the main brackets that hold the wiring, clutch cable and brake hose. Held by 1 bolt under top triple clamp. I left the "loops" as I couldn't get them off easily and it gave me something to cable tie everything to. I left the throttle cables as is as they seem fine. Release the clutch cable from the loop as it puts the cable into a poor shape on full right lock if left as is. Lock the bars in the clamps for the desired position. Take care when marking up the bars for the locating holes for the switch blocks. Easy to be off a bit and then the controls are at an odd angle. (How do I know?) If you have like me fitted BarkBuster BHG-074's to the standard bars then you will need a new mounting kit for fatbars, BTC-06. Also don't use the aluminium spacer supplied with the BHG-074 kit. As these bars are wider it pushes the Barkbusters out wider and the mounting brackets will foul the clutch and brake perches. You will need a smaller spacer of approximately 8 -10 mm as it has to sit inside the bar end weight and up against the Barkbuster bar plug/clamp. Of course you could drop the weight and wont need a spacer then. BHG-074 bracket and spacer. Also bar plug/clamp is different size so use the one from BTC-06 kit. New spacer inside weight(the black piece). You need a spacer or the weight will foul the throttle grip. I was lucky in that I had some the right size from something else, or I could make some on the lathe. Otherwise a bunch of washers will do the trick. And yeah it looks crooked. I hadn't tightened it all up yet, and the bar end plugs aren't a tight fit anyway. BTC-06 bracket. It sits real close to the cable to be where I wanted it. All good though, no rubbing. Fitted. Much better position for me when standing and since I am getting a higher seat I wont feel like I am sitting on top as much. Now to lower the pegs a bit. I am only about 5'10 -11", fairly long in the leg and I like an open relaxed feel on the bike. Ignore my son's scruffy CRF250 Rally in the background.