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Pretty good shape. Need a little repair to the mount bracket. Wish I had the coin right now.


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SP1 Mori High mounts

Only issues I have with this system is finding a mounting point for the clicker on the Ohlins...looks decent though and priced about right, unfortunately the tab breaking is normal.


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Mount the Ohlins adjuster to the bolt that holds the brake line keeper. A slightly longer bolt may be needed.

Or just mount the adjuster in the trunk. I did this recently as I caught some jackasses' kid playing with it one day as I came out from work.

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Mount the Ohlins adjuster to the bolt that holds the brake line keeper. A slightly longer bolt may be needed.

Or just mount the adjuster in the trunk. I did this recently as I caught some jackasses' kid playing with it one day as I came out from work.
Exactly! I don't want my clicker out there for anybody to be able to fool with it. It just stays in my trunk.

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Mount the Ohlins adjuster to the bolt that holds the brake line keeper. A slightly longer bolt may be needed.

Or just mount the adjuster in the trunk. I did this recently as I caught some jackasses' kid playing with it one day as I came out from work.
So how did that encounter go with the kid
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