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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-23-2014, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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Missing a rearset piece?

What am I missing on the bottom box? There's a piece I'm missing, isn't there?

Anyone have a picture of it?

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That's where you OEM shift lever was bolted on at. You are safe.

If you feel behind that bold, you'll see it stops. I filled mine with another OEM bolt just to make it cleaner.

What rearsets are you putting on?

*just noticed...Portland too.


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That's where you OEM shift lever was bolted on at. You are safe.
I am trying to put the OEM rearsets back on, and I am either dumb as fu**, or am missing some sort of piece there... The bolt doesn't mount to that one.
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Just ran and checked my bike...you are right. it's the other bolt just ahead of it for the OEM shifter. Lemme grab my manual...and I'll let ya know


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I am taking off the Gilles I have, and putting back on the OEM ones. It doesn't fit the OEM shift lever bolt, the hole is too big.

Does the shift lever attach to the kickstand somehow then?
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Looks like a bolt for your kickstand. On the 03-06 that is where it shows it to be....and after looking at my bike...that's a kickstand bolt.


On the 07-12's, all the reference pics show that as the location for the OEM shift lever. Stupid question, but do you have the right proprietary bolt?


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Yeah, I just don't have a kickstand. I believe the OEM lever mounts to the kickstand bracket.
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Welp, guess I'm buying a kickstand. :) Thanks for your help!
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Wish I could have been more of a help.


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