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Old 08-14-2012, 09:14 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by ABYSS View Post
please dont think I am busting your balls man I am always excited to see folks that have the creativity and also the means to make cool stuff like this.
No, no way. We welcome the feedback, especially constructive criticism. Want to make the best products possible, so it's inevitable that people will point out ways that we can improve on things.

Originally Posted by ABYSS View Post
you still have all four options
Originally Posted by cross-country View Post
Paul has a few risers but his new stuff, using all four 10mm bolts into the triple, puts the bars in the #3 position.
Aren't the perches reversible, so there should be at least two mounting options? Our new KTM stabilizer mount uses all four mounting points, but is a little bit different than Paul's setup. The long bolts that extend all the way through the HDB perches make that a wicked-strong assembly, but also limit the adjustability slightly. On the other hand, our setup only uses a single bolt to secure each handlebar perch, but you can still use the perches in any of the four mounting positions. We're only offer a stabilizer mount initially, but will have spacers available separately soon.
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