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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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Help with handlebars

I've got some woodcraft clip ons for my 07 cbr, and ima noob trying to save some $$. anyone have some advice/pointers To help me get my stock bars off and these put on?
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I've got some woodcraft clip ons for my 07 cbr, and ima noob trying to save some $$. anyone have some advice/pointers To help me get my stock bars off and these put on?
Doesn't take much. some Allan wrenches, socket big enough to remove the center bolt on the triple tree top bridge, and a rubber mallet to pop the bridge off, its pretty straight forward
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have wcraft on my 09.

with some arranging they can give you more room.

you may need to craft a bracket to bring brake m/c into better position.

clutch cable length limits amount of "spread".

Brake banjo bolt can contact fairing if using double line setup.
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