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Does anyone make aftermarket clip-ons for the F4? Neither Gilles nor Woodcraft list anything big enough ...... I'd like a pair that lift them a little, are rotated slightly further forward, and are slightly flatter .....

I've become used to riding a bike with Renthall Fatbars for several years now, so am finding the bar position of the F4 quite strange, and would like to try and make it feel a bit more comfy for me
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They make clip ons with a bit of rise to them. I know DesignCorse has them listed...


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Thanks, I'll have a look
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Well, I think I'll be giving them a call on Monday - that looks like just what I'm looking for
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Well, I think I'll be giving them a call on Monday - that looks like just what I'm looking for
Glad I could help partner.


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When installing the Clip On can you install without removal of the top yoke?
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When installing the Clip On can you install without removal of the top yoke?
Depends on which one's you're installing, some split open into two halves and some don't.
It's realy easy to remove the top yoke.

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Ok so this is the Clip ons I ordered. It was convenient to get them. Quick delivery and Reasonable price..etc.

Sounds like a cheap date..lol

Can the current stock clip ons be taken apart without removal of yoke?
Does removal of yoke take a special tool?

Here is a better look at the aftermarket clip ons.

http://www.rolandsands.com/products/...49mm-Black-Ops

Again sorry for the ignorant questions.
Thank you for the help!!!
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