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Old 01-19-2008, 08:02 PM   #1
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06 CBR 1000 Shift lever adjustment?

HAve new "thicker" boots and need to raise the shift lever and not sure how. Little help, please????:/:
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Take the 2 10mm nuts loose on the shift rod.
Be careful as one of them is reverse thread.
Turn the rod to adjust the lever to suit your new boots and then tighten down the nuts, not too tight though.

If you'd like, bring it by Tuesday when we reopen and I'll do it for you, free of charge.
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Old 01-20-2008, 05:08 PM   #3
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Where are you located? If you can't make it to Patrick's shop, and are on the southeast, I don't mind if you come by my house. I can help ya out. PM me if you wanna set something up.
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Thanks for the tip. Knew it could not too difficuly, but I had rather ask and be sure before I mess something up. Your shop is close to 1960 and Jones rd. correct? I'm sure you have heard about the tank recall on the 06 and 07 CBRs. Once I get recall taken care of I want to do a few mods to the bike, so I'll stop by and visit the shop. Thanks again!
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