G2 CSR Steering bump stops!?!

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G2 CSR Steering bump stops!?!

Postby Biscuit » Wed Feb 13, 2008 5:15 pm

The straight, centre portion is 5" long, that is between the beginning of the bends. The handlebars I bought from Armours struck the tank at full lock, replaced them from 'bars bought from JSL and the were fine.




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G2 CSR Steering bump stops!?!

Postby itma » Wed Feb 13, 2008 5:39 pm

right, no point in putting a photo up.
the easiest way to fit a bump stop is to ustilise that hole on the down tube and use a couple of penny washers, the big ones you can get ought to provide enough clearance and you can work it out from there.
Its what I use on my rigid as the check springs foul the tank otherwise

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G2 CSR Steering bump stops!?!

Postby basketcase » Wed Feb 13, 2008 6:22 pm

The distance between the bends is 5", the same as yours itma. If I bolt washers as you say Ken then the yoke will probably miss them, they would have to be quite large penny ones. I`ll take photo and e-mail it to you to show you what I mean, if that`s possible.

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G2 CSR Steering bump stops!?!

Postby basketcase » Wed Feb 13, 2008 6:24 pm

The distance between the bends is 5", the same as yours itma. If I use bolt washers as you say Ken then the yoke will probably miss them, they would have to be quite large penny ones. I`ll take photo and e-mail it to you to show you what I mean, if that`s possible.

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