Scott's steering dampner and Applied T-clamps

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I was ordering a Scott's steering dampner for my '00 300 EXC and was told that the only position I can have my bar on my Applied 18mm offset tripleclamps is in the back position.

I prefer the forward position as it allows me to stand more comfortably. Does anyone have any experience with this setup?

BTW, I currently run a WER, and am happy with it. I just want the additional adjustability the Scott's offers.
 

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Bigbird,

I bet you can run the Scott's damper with the bars in the forward position, with a little modification to the frame clamp or actuator arm.

Your local shop should be able to fix you right up.

If you have no further need for the WER, I'd sure be interested in it for my 250SX.
 

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Bigbird, I got your email and responded back but haven't heard from you since.:(

I do still want the WER damper. Please email me.
 

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Sorry I didn't see this post earlier. I have the Scott's 18mm offset triple clamps on my 01 400E. They came with a top clamp for the bars in the forward postion. I got them from Mike Krueger at Cycle Zone KTM. Toll free 866-843-7433.
 
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WER/Scotts Damper

CCRider, I e-mailed you the info requested.

Thanks Jeb for the reply. I'm checking into that solution today.

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