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hoping to get some install help on the arrow rear sets. for the most part its straight forward but since there were no install directions im winging it. on the r/h the stock one has 2 springs coming off the brake pedal. i cant figure out ow the 2 springs attach to the arrow set the one going to the brake piston is obvious. its the other spring im not figuring out, so some help would be greatly appreciated, hopefully with detailed pics or a link to a how to or something. thank you
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ok i found some online instructions but it doesnt mention whether or not the second spring gets used so im guessing it does not. anyways if i could get confirmation i would appreciate it. thank you
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that spring that you speak of I believe goes to the bottom of brake light switch to the pivot of the brake lever or pedal to engage the rear tail lamp. I installed the rizomas recently but will check my instructions to verify. good luck
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Only one spring gets used. Although I installed them on my street triple.

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It's the brake light switch spring. Definitely use it. Your bike isn't technically roadworthy if the brake light doesn't fire when you hit the rear brake.

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Only one spring gets used. Although I installed them on my street triple.
Even the Street Triple requires a brake light switch spring...

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One spring...For the break light.



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