Jaybird180 Posted October 31, 2016 Report Share Posted October 31, 2016 Is this a trial and error thing or is there a tool that can help? I've visually setup my rearsets to where I think they should go. A test ride, confirms that it isn't set where they should be. The pegs are set to their lowest and most forward position and I'm getting used to it, nothing I can do about it until my knees and ankles break-in (LoL), but I can get the levers down lower and that's the part that bugs me. If I go too low then getting under the shifter is a problem, too high and I can't get good leverage. The brake side to adjust needs to come undone at the master cylinder and the threaded rod is turned a couple turns. Am I just impatient and this takes time to do? Or is there a faster way to setup a bike? A gauge? I can't see the levers positions when I'm riding, so I am unable to duplicate the correct angle. No wonder I never fiddled with my previous bike; once I get it set where I want, I tend to leave things alone. Don't get me started on someone adjusting the EQ settings on my stereo.... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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