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Old 11-25-2012, 08:52 AM   #7
DoWorkSon OP
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Location: North CA
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Originally Posted by machinebuilder View Post
It's probably not bent bars.

Somewhere here there are threads about the mounts getting knocked out of alignment. There is a rubbeer buching between the mount and the triple clamp that doesn't spring back all the time.

As I recall the solution is to loosen the bolts and let it realign itself.

With the ROX risers i have things twist regularly, I just pick the bike up and pull the bars straight.
They dealership said that the rubber bushings might have to be replaced to fix the problem... But if not this, then it would be replacing the bars. They supposedly aligned them the best they could, but seems like they might be just trying to get me to shell out some money for this new bushing and the time it took to do the repairs....

This first service/tire replacement reminded me how much I hate the dealership and how much I enjoy doing my own. $80 for a tire change! Come on..... Took them probably about 10 min, if that.
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