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I know I will most likely change them but since I rotated my bars up they work much better now. Before they were at the end of their adjustment. :confused:

By the way the bars feel better but I haven't put a log day on the bike yet with the bars rotated up. I will tell you that's it's a good idea to check the clamp bolts because my were pretty loose. Way too loose for my liking. ::)
 

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Lamonster said:
I know I will most likely change them but since I rotated my bars up they work much better now. Before they were at the end of their adjustment. :confused:

By the way the bars feel better but I haven't put a log day on the bike yet with the bars rotated up. I will tell you that's it's a good idea to check the clamp bolts because my were pretty loose. Way too loose for my liking. ::)
Did you have to move or re-route any cables?
 

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Nope, everything was fine.
Okay, sorry to be a pain in the ass, but did you have to rotate the clutch/brake controls back? I know my other Suzi's had a little nipple on there to align the controls.
 

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Okay, sorry to be a pain in the ass, but did you have to rotate the clutch/brake controls back? I know my other Suzi's had a little nipple on there to align the controls.
I thought I was going to have to do that too but they were fine just the way they were. 8)
 
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