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Old 11-03-12, 01:57   #11
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Think ive found my answer on another forum there is a specific arrow rear set rod you have to order separately .
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Hi everyone,

Does anyone have instructions or could tell me how to fit the arrow rear sets to a 675R? The instructions I got with the rear sets I bought don't explain what to do with the quick shifter.

Also can anyone tell me how the hell to get the ball joints back together, i managed to remove the metal clip that holds them together but now I cant put it back on :(.
On the bottom of the female ball (on the rod not the shifter that is the male end) is a small hole. Slide the pin all the way through that hole till the loop on the pin lines up with the indent on the rod (you may have to push and wiggle the rod) once you are in, pop the loop into the clipped position. As for the Arrows, I've never seen them, I have the Rizoma set.
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thanks for the reply, but the pin cant be pushed in when the female connection is sitting on the male connection as the pin just hits the ball and cant be pushed any further.
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Hmm, sounds like they are not mating well (go ahead and laugh, but that is the term). Check the alignment of everything. It sounds like the rod is caught on something, or the frame is in the way due to misalignment of the shifter. Can you post photos? Have you pushed hard enough on the rod to get them to connect? Have you added lube to this mating process?
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looking at it i think the male and female parts need to be pressed together first as when you sit the female bit on the male bit it sits on the widest point of the ball, so i think it needs to be squeezed passed that wide pint and then the pin will go through its 2 hole's, now i need go find some something to squeeze them together
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They should go without much work. Give them a bit of lube, and make sure the rod is not hitting the hole in the frame on both sides.
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I should add: I absolutely hate that design. The rod going through the frame is preposterously in the way of every thing one wants to do in that corner. I want to shake the ******* that thought it up, shake him like a baby!
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Here is the factory race manual for 675 2009+
http://assets1.triumphmotorcycles.co...anual_2009.pdf
As far as I know, you would need separate quick shiftier kit to fit Arrow rear sets, which is listed on the factory race manual.

Other option is to go with Attack Rearset. I currently have 2012 675r and attack rear sets fits perfectly with stock quickshifter my bike came with.
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Last time I checked with Triumph's dealer ordering system, they had separate quickshifter listed for Arrow Rear sets.
Check out pure-triumph

P.S. any triumph dealer should be able to order one for you.

http://www.pure-triumph.com/products/1543
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I have the quick shifter as standard on my D675R. When ordering the Arrow rearsets you also need to order the quick shifter rod A9938115 GEAR ROD KIT, Q/SHIFTER
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