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I recently installed a scotts sub-mount stabilizer w/ 1 1/8 bars, a standard pad will interfere with the scotts adjustment knobs - any suggestions? thanks

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ps: that bar is for sale...renthal twin-wall...includes pad.

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I recently installed a scotts sub-mount stabilizer w/ 1 1/8 bars, a standard pad will interfere with the scotts adjustment knobs - any suggestions? thanks

I think BRP's kit comes with a pad that is cut and will fit over the unit for ProTapers. If you ride MX I don't think you'll be adjusting on the fly. If you need to get at the adjusters, looks like the TwinWalls are the way to go.

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Get busy with a razor blade.

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Chris.

This one, and ncj01's, look trick as hell. But they also look like they jack the bars about 1.5" higher. Might be good if you are a huge guy, but not good for people who like a regular ride height on the bars.

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I agree. When will someone make one for the public like the factory boys use. The National bikes have beautiful ones.

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This one, and ncj01's, look trick as hell. But they also look like they jack the bars about 1.5" higher. Might be good if you are a huge guy, but not good for people who like a regular ride height on the bars.

That matches stock bar height exactly. I use the Pastrana MX bend which is super low. The Sub-Mount jacks the bars back up to stock height.

Chris.

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Mine does raise the bar about an inch....thats the reason I went with the submount versus the regular mount...I wanted the bars up higher...I suppose I could have gone with a riser style bar and a standard mount for the Scotts....I think it looks great like it is though...

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