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I love these! I'm 5'6 and these get my legs around the tank where they ought to be when set all the way forward and one down from the top.

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The right side can't be set to the top setting forward because of the heel guard. It can't be screwed in all the way without damaging the CF heel guard due to spacing. I have my set one down from the top for this reason.

No instructions. Granted, any mechanically savvy person can figure out how to install these, but I might have liked a little direction when it got to the quickshifter/shift arm. There must have been an easier way to do it than how I did.

On my D675R, the left side shift lever position causes the shifting arm to be pivoted inward to the point of coming in contact with the inner wall of the frame channel. A pair of washers under the mounting bracket for the rearset remedied the issue; but it should be noted that I did have to modify the installation to make it work properly.

This is my favorite modification, and combined with the Saddlemen Track Seat, I can go all day on this bike in complete comfort!



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Agree... Awesome rearsets an awesome service from TJ...

I've had them for a while now and I'm really happy with how they perform... Great grip and adjustability!

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Just wanted everyone to know that you should take these apart and make sure you Loctight all of the bolts in place. I have had a few of them come loose over the past few weeks. Other than that they have have been great Rearsets. Every time I ride someone else's bike I wonder why there is no grip on the rearsets
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Loctite is a must and we definitely recommend it. There are quite a few posts that go over this (but the thread is so long they get diluted)
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Just wanted everyone to know that you should take these apart and make sure you Loctight all of the bolts in place. I have had a few of them come loose over the past few weeks. Other than that they have have been great Rearsets. Every time I ride someone else's bike I wonder why there is no grip on the rearsets
I just snugged mine up today after noticing they came loose. I'm going to throw some loctite on them when I park it for the night to get them set.

Yet another +1 for at least a short page with instructions and recommendations for installation.

Due to the length of this thread and the dilution therein, it's fair to repeat it. I might recommend adding pertinent comments to the first post so they don't get lost in the shuffle.

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I will ask Attack to post instructions up on their site. Pretty straight forward install, however instructions are never a bad thing.
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