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Old 11-17-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Hi Guys, please see two images, trying to install these RHK's.

how to remove the inner shaft from the bars to install the new rubbers from the new part?

some help

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Old 11-18-2012, 03:16 AM   #2
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Why can't you remove the nut, rubber & collar from the barend and just use the bolt & barend? The nut in the OEM clip-on is swedged in the handle bar and to remove it for a generic barend is not worth it. If the first suggestion does not work I recommend getting R1 specific barends
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Old 11-18-2012, 05:59 AM   #3
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What he said^^^ I have a set of throttle meisters in the stock bar end attachments and they work fine even for those.
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:31 AM   #4
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I wanted to do the same as you and after a few days of trying to figure it our, I just took off the nut and rubber piece and screwed it into the stock nut.


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Old 11-18-2012, 04:04 PM   #5
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it works with stock bolt if you take everything off the new part. With the silver spacer on it sit too far out and looks stupid. without it on the throttle side it pushes against the rubber which jams the throttle movement.

Using a washer works but its a temporary fix. If the bike falls the the stock nut will bend and might get jammed in. also the bar shaft lips would get damaged too.

I've got them in just for looks at the moment until i find a solution
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Old 11-18-2012, 04:14 PM   #6
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it works with stock bolt if you take everything off the new part. With the silver spacer on it sit too far out and looks stupid. without it on the throttle side it pushes against the rubber which jams the throttle movement.

Using a washer works but its a temporary fix. If the bike falls the the stock nut will bend and might get jammed in. also the bar shaft lips would get damaged too.

I've got them in just for looks at the moment until i find a solution
the nut won't bend...the stock clipons, like others break if it hits that hard...then you can get some aftermarket ones
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:08 AM   #7
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it works with stock bolt if you take everything off the new part. With the silver spacer on it sit too far out and looks stupid. without it on the throttle side it pushes against the rubber which jams the throttle movement.

Using a washer works but its a temporary fix. If the bike falls the the stock nut will bend and might get jammed in. also the bar shaft lips would get damaged too.

I've got them in just for looks at the moment until i find a solution

Here's what I would recommend (Greggs Customs) and it looks like yours except its solid SST so it gives you slight vibration damping on the clip-on and won't rust, plus its made for R1's

link- http://greggscustoms.com/?wpsc-produ...minum-bar-ends
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:46 AM   #8
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it works with stock bolt if you take everything off the new part. With the silver spacer on it sit too far out and looks stupid. without it on the throttle side it pushes against the rubber which jams the throttle movement.

Using a washer works but its a temporary fix. If the bike falls the the stock nut will bend and might get jammed in. also the bar shaft lips would get damaged too.

I've got them in just for looks at the moment until i find a solution
New yamaha clipons/bars are empty, you have to add that insert(pain in the azz).
I would just use the washer on the throttle side. Also, if you drop the bike.... it just ripps the bar end off anyway.
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