Questions about this article Why can I not pull the clutch line as it is shown in the video?
The clutch line is fixed at the frame (behind the cooler) with a clamp (hose holder). You cannot see this clamp, you can only feel it when you grab along the clutch line with your hand. The holder must be opened and only then you can pull the clutch line (as shown in the video).
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The average rating of this product is 5 of 5: (after 2 Ratings)
Matt G. wrote | 2019-05-09:
These bar risers were a perfect fit and very easy to install. I applaud Hornig for demonstrating the installation steps - very clearly done. In my case, the clutch hydraulic line was already relocated, but the video demonstration I'm sure would answer many questions that would arise in this relocation.
The riding position is a perfect compromise between city riding and highway riding. They remain low enough that I have enough weight on the bars that I don't need to hold on - the wind balance at highway speeds is good. Helibars, by contrast are too high for highway speeds. At city speeds, the slightly higher bars reduce the reach just enough to make the bike easier to man-handle.
Note that bar height is extremely subjective - this fit is good for me.
These screws seem to be a different material than the normal length screws that come packaged with the risers. The normal length screws appear to be a plated screw, wearas the longer screws appear to be stainless steel. In this regard, they are a better product than the normal length screws and therefore match the stock screws.
Jared wrote | 2016-04-17:
These worked great.. just enough of an ergonomic tweak for me at 5'5". Did not require longer cables to install.
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