• 10mm socket
• Torque wrench
• Necessary wrenches
TIME TO COMPLETE:
• 5–30 minutes
It’s entirely possible that your handlebars are bent,
especially if they sustained the brunt of an impact.
Remove the controls, throttle housing and kill switch
from the handlebars. Use the appropriate wrench to
remove the bar clamps so that the handlebars are free.
Lay the handlebars on a flat surface and rotate them
while inspecting to see if the ends of both sides of the
bars touch evenly. If they don’t, then your handlebars
are bent and it’s time to visit your local dealer. Next
time, don’t crash. ❏
Remove and inspect the bar mounts. It might be
difficult to determine whether the mounts are bent.
We recommend using a straightedge as a point of
reference. If the mounts are straight, then reassemble
the rubber or metal cones and bar mounts; otherwise,
you will have to purchase new bar mounts. Often the
rubber cones become disfigured after a hard impact
to the bars, but resetting the cones usually does the trick.
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