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Mounting a Damper with Roxx Offset Risers on an S?

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I'd like to mount a damper with minimal alteration to my current riser and bar setup. I know I'll need to use some kind of upper bar clamp, I'm just wondering if there are any that will work with what I have.

I could always ditch them and go with a different bend if it's easier. As always pics are welcome. Thanks in advance!!

Ram mounts will have to go but that's ok

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I'd like to mount a damper with minimal alteration to my current riser and bar setup. I know I'll need to use some kind of upper bar clamp, I'm just wondering if there are any that will work with what I have.

I could always ditch them and go with a different bend if it's easier. As always pics are welcome. Thanks in advance!!

Ram mounts will have to go but that's ok

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Rox risers and Scott's don't work.....been there, dunn that.

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 I had 2" Rox risers and I had to rotate them forward to make it work. You could get taller Rox risers (3 1/2") but then you risk not having long enough cables. My solution was just to bite the bullet and get a BRP triple made expressly for this situation.....

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Nice, how much did that run you? Doesn't look cheap

 

Like PTGarcia says......check their website for current prices. I got mine a couple of years ago.......

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