handle bar clamp rubbers

agitt73

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i seen in dirt rider mag last year a hard plastic cones
to replace the rubber ones in the handle bar clamps

dose any one know where i can buy them from
thanks for the info:D
 

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I don't think the scott's are plastic, but urethane. I had some 'on order' for a month from them..gave up.

If you are replacing them cuz you are tired of them getting 'tweaked' all the time, get a one piece top clamp. That distributes shock forces better. I haven't had to reset my (stock) rubber bumbers since I put mine on.

Fredette sells one. Seavey machine used to (JCV220R on DRN)...but I read he wasn't doing it now? You might check with him. I got mine from Seavey. Fit great! No extra/special washers, bolts, etc. Bolted right on with OEM hardware.
 
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I just used a ONE PIECE handle bar clamp off a KX125/250.....I think it was 15 bux? Works great!

Tony
 
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Has anyone started benging anything else after adding the 1 piece top clamp. When i wreck it usually shiftes the bars in the rubber mounts just a little, but giving it a slight kick straightens it right out. I figured if the top clamp was solid I might start bending the bars. Something has to give right?;)
 
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Renthal bars+Acerbis plastic w/aluminum reinforcement=PRETTY DARN TOUGH! :)

When i "tweak" mine, it usually moves both clamp points equally, not anything that would prevent me from riding however...

Tony
 

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#7
it took me a week to get them
now how tight do i tighten the the
nut on the clamps
THANKS FOR THE INFO!!:D