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anybody got a rekluse perch adjuster i can buy?

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i want to try the adjuster, but i dont want to pay the 80 bucks.

anybody got one they aint using,

alternatively...does anyone have one they can sketch for me, or explain its principle, so i can make one.

thanks

phil.

(yes, i already know im cheap)

id be grateful for replies at philandwifeyshouse@msn.com

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its a pretty crazy piece man! I cant even explain it. Same principle as the one you have now - there is an adjustable spring up near the perch. But not just any spring will do. I just got my clutch installed and if I dont use the perch I will let you know. But Im not cheep either :cry:

Ed

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i want to try the adjuster, but i dont want to pay the 80 bucks.

anybody got one they aint using,

alternatively...does anyone have one they can sketch for me, or explain its principle, so i can make one.

thanks

phil.

(yes, i already know im cheap)

id be grateful for replies at philandwifeyshouse@msn.com

I hear some guys from Nigeria have one for sale 4500 bucks send them your bike to install it :cry:

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hmmm, ive heard of deals like that, sometimes it turns out they are not for real.

they have even been known to take folks money and stuff.

dont think id send my bike over there, who'd be that stupid.

i heard some poor sucker actually did that, i couldnt decide if he was lying though.

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It would cost you more than the 80.00 to make one. It is basically a tube with a moving spring tensioned cable holder, it allows the necessary freeplay for the clutch to operate properly. There are 2 different springs available that allow adjustment of the engagement. Have you ridden without it yet? I never ran one on my EFM, I also have a Rekluse and didnt run it with that one either. I really didnt get much time on it yet though.

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yup ...all but the rubber boot. But you could make that....what you give me for it? Even got the directions. But it ain't easy to put on...trust me

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