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post #1 of 8 Old 02-10-2010, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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shifter question with nerf bars question

I have installed pro armor nerf bars and I love them, thing is with boots on it is tough to get under the shifter. I have not tried moving it yet, can it be done? I'm hoping it is an even star so that i can remove lock screw turn up one tooth and re-install. Has anyone tried? I'm just hoping it is not a key way that that shifter only fits onto one line of teeth and I cant raise it at all. any input before I try so I know what to expect? thanks
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its splined. I moved mine up so i can fit my boot under it. No keyway.
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Piece of cake just do exactly what you mentioned and your boot will fit under the shifter just fine.
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I tried this but had to lift my foot off the peg to down shift.I ended up putting it back like it was and loosened my net a bit

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I tried this but had to lift my foot off the peg to down shift.I ended up putting it back like it was and loosened my net a bit
I have Pro Armour nerfs too and I did the same thing, moved it, didn't like it and then moved it back to original position and loosened the nets a little.

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I have Pro Armour nerfs too and I did the same thing, moved it, didn't like it and then moved it back to original position and loosened the nets a little.

Jason
+1 on that method. The nets on my brake side are much tighter than the shifter side. Moving the shifter up a notch made it too high for my taste.

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thanks guys, I will try it both ways and see what feels best.
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I just loosened the net.
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