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Old 05-01-2013, 05:08 PM   #1
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1150GS front break lever adjust

Tried searches on this with no luck..

Can't seem to adjust the front break lever "high" enough. It has a hard stop that only allows the cluster to rotate back to a spot which sets the lever lower than the clutch side. Not able to get master cylinder level without moving the bars back. The bars on riser and moved forward but not to severely. I've loosened everything including stock hand guards but there is definitely a "hard" stop there. What am I missing?
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:40 PM   #2
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Tried searches on this with no luck..

Can't seem to adjust the front break lever "high" enough. It has a hard stop that only allows the cluster to rotate back to a spot which sets the lever lower than the clutch side. Not able to get master cylinder level without moving the bars back. The bars on riser and moved forward but not to severely. I've loosened everything including stock hand guards but there is definitely a "hard" stop there. What am I missing?
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