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TRIPSS HILL

Perfect. I appreciate that a lot man! 

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TRIPSS HILL
On 9/12/2021 at 5:29 PM, Evill_Ed said:

Yes. 7/8 is the important dimension. The length is fine, you can slide them in or out of the riser mount to the desired length.

 

Ed

So I received the Woodcraft extra long 7/8 clip on replacement bars . And I had no problems on the left side of the bike but then when I did the right side of the bike I was having trouble with the motion pro throttle cables not sitting correctly, the end of the clip on bar that stick out is in the way along with my front brake reservoir! It won’t sit or doesn’t have enough clearance when I turn the bar it feels like the cables are gonna snap. Idk if I’m doing something wrong or if there is a certain way all this goes back in! I hope this makes sense! Let me know what you think! Thanks I appreciate it!

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36 minutes ago, TRIPSS HILL said:

So I received the Woodcraft extra long 7/8 clip on replacement bars . And I had no problems on the left side of the bike but then when I did the right side of the bike I was having trouble with the motion pro throttle cables not sitting correctly, the end of the clip on bar that stick out is in the way along with my front brake reservoir! It won’t sit or doesn’t have enough clearance when I turn the bar it feels like the cables are gonna snap. Idk if I’m doing something wrong or if there is a certain way all this goes back in! I hope this makes sense! Let me know what you think! Thanks I appreciate it!

You may need to reroute the cables to gain some slack. Can you post pictures?

 

Ed


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TRIPSS HILL

Okay so i called my buddy and he suggested I do it like this, just reroute cables and instead of going up and over I just went down under. And that did the trick and gave me clearance! And most of all my throttle still feels the same! Let me know what you think?

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Evill_Ed

I don’t see any issues with that arrangement . If the throttle rotates smoothly and returns to stop you are good. Also make sure the cables don’t pull when you rotate the fork from stop to stop.  


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TRIPSS HILL

Yup we are good. Thanks you again for everything! 

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