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Noticed today while riding on flat level roads that my handle bars don't look straight. It looks as if the right hand riser sits slightly lower than the left. I had the bars off doing the tach relocate, but can't see that causing a problem. Anyone??
 

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tilt your head the other way... that does amazing work:joke: not sure, sorry!
 

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I don't know if you have stock risers or not, but my Kewl metal risers have to be tweaked occasionally. I noticed if I turn the bars to the end stop the risers may move a tiny bit. I just turn the bars to the opposite stop and pull a little. Straightens them out and then I tighten the Allen head bolt under the triple tree. this might not be your problem, but I've had it happen a few times to mine. :dontknow:
 

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Noticed today while riding on flat level roads that my handle bars don't look straight. It looks as if the right hand riser sits slightly lower than the left. I had the bars off doing the tach relocate, but can't see that causing a problem. Anyone??
sounds crazy:joke:
 

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I don't know if you have stock risers or not, but my Kewl metal risers have to be tweaked occasionally. I noticed if I turn the bars to the end stop the risers may move a tiny bit. I just turn the bars to the opposite stop and pull a little. Straightens them out and then I tighten the Allen head bolt under the triple tree. this might not be your problem, but I've had it happen a few times to mine. :dontknow:
:agree:even my stockers tweak alittle now and then, I've noticed mine a couple times and ended up tightening the handlebar cap bolts and haven't seen a problem since
 

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:agree: It happens, mine changed when I did my re-locate. The risers just turned slightly and it tweeked the handlebars. Loosen the bolts and set them so they look straight, then retighten and you should be good to go!
 
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