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Got them on and got very good at handlebar and riser removal installing along the way! Sorry, haven't removed the tape yet because I'm not sure I'm
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Oh yeah! The Mustang moved me forward a bit but my bum shoulder still hurts on long rides. Weather is going in the toilet again so I won't get any miles this weekend.
The spacers moved the bars in the perfect position, at least sitting on it in the garage. :oops:
 

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I really like those spacers on my 07. I think they move the bars back one inch.
 

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Jim's spacers

I also have installed Jim's spacers on my 07 DJ C50T.

They are perfect. The handlebars used to hit my knee when I made a sharp turn. I now sit taller and back a little on the bike. Just what I was looking for.

I am finding that these bikes are not built for people over 6'.

Rich H :D
 

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slimmer said:
were your spacers hogged out at the bottem to accept the washer like the oems were.
No they weren't. There was a washer I put between the riser and spacer and the original washer and rubber washer between the spacer and the triple. You can kind of see that in the second picture, that the rubber washer is showing I mean.
 

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One of the cheapest and most effective comfort mods out there...

Love mine, and sold at least 3 other guys I know who have C-50s on them.
 

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I nee more than 1.5" more like 2-3 " pull
 
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