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post #1 of 4 Old 08-28-2015, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Install the frame clamp on the shifter side of the frame 31/4” above the upper a-arm
mount bracket. Adjust it so the front points to the 7 o’clock position (6 o’clock would be
straight out from the frame tube). Tighten all 4 allen bolts
2) Next install the stem clamp. Be sure to align the punch marks on the two clamp pieces to
each other. The mount tab or flat side should be on top when the mount is installed. The bottom of
the mount should be 77/8” above the top of the tie rod mount bracket on the stem. The
mount tab should point to 4 o’clock pointing to the left front ball joint 6 o clock would be pointing to the front bumper. Tighten both allen bolts. Be sure the handlebars
are straight before you mount this part.
3) Mount the clevis end of the steering stabilizer body to the steering stem clamp. Use the
tapered spacer between the clevis and the mount. The small end of the spacer goes
against the clevis. Tighten this bolt and nut now.
4) Find the stabilizer clamp, the hiem joint, the allen bolt, nut and flat washer. Note that
one of the holes in the clamp is threaded. The hiem joint slides into the bracket and the
allen bolt goes thru this assembly and into the threaded hole. Then the flat washer and
nut goes on. Do not tighten the bolt yet. Slide the bracket on to the stabilizer body so
that the threaded section of the hiem joint goes into the frame mounted bracket. (The
adjusting nut should be turned in until the end of the stud is flush with the jamb nut.
Tighten this nut.
5) Set the distance from the front end of the stabilizer to the clamp at 2 3/8”. Tighten the
allen bolt on the clamp, then tighten the nut.
6) Now it is time to check the stabilizer to be sure that it works correctly. The goal is to
have the stabilizer go thru its complete cycle (turn left and right) without binding or
hitting the end of the shaft travel. If the stabilizer shaft bottoms out either to the left or
right you will have to adjust it in the clamp and/or adjust the clamp on the steering stem
forward or backward.
7) Once your stabilizer assembly moves freely and doesn’t bind or bottom out check all nuts
and bolts for tightness. This is critical. If the stabilizer does not function correctly major
injury may occur!
8) To adjust the stabilizer begin with the knurled knob turned all the way counterclockwise.
Each “click” you turn clockwise will make the handlebar resistance stiffer.

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The problem is that it's a "stick type" dampener. An easier dampen to install would be a "puck type" dampener. There are 2 that come to mind off hand and they are... A CCP and a dampener from Precision Racing. Both are easy to install and work very well. I would recommend a Precision... Only because George (owner) is a friend and I know he makes quality stuff.

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There are a few puck style stabilizers but Precision is the best imo. CCP, GPR, and Elka/Fastway are a few of the companies that make the puck style.

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