I bought a bike that came with a steering stabilizer, but the pin and shaft were broken. I figured since the bike came with it I mind as well put it to use. So I ordered a new pin and shaft and installed it. I quickly found out why the original one broke. Whoever installed the stabilizer flipped the handle bar raisers inward so the stabilizer would have somewhere to mount, but what they failed to see was the pin and shaft would hit the raisers before full steering lock causing it to break. I decided the cheapest (free) route was to make a bracket. I turned the raisers the opposite direction and started to make a bracket. It's not show quality, but it will work for a 18 year old motorcycle I would think. The only thing I'm going to change is the blots that hold the bracket to the raisers. I'm new to offroad riding so I really don't think it will do me a lot of good, but I figure it can't hurt.