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Old 06-15-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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handle bar problems

I have an 2003 RC 51. Just did some repairs and I am having a problem with the handle bars. When I am coming to a stop the complete assembly moves forward as if the entire front end assembly is lose.

Also, I installed some new rear turn signals after working for about 5 miles they stopped, along with the front, can I assume this is a fuse problem?
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Old 06-15-2008, 11:02 AM   #2
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Turn signals is probably a loose connection, but I'd check the fuses first.

The clip-ons have a pinch bolt(s) that tighten them to the fork tubes. Sounds like you need to tighten them. Also, if you have stock clip-ons, look and see if they are bolted to the top triple clamp. Sometimes, that can loosen, but the pinch bolts are the ones that keep the clip-ons from rotating.
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