I had to pull the handlebars off to install the adjuster and it is hard to reach the allen screws to tighten it down. A round head allen wrench would help out greatly to snug up the adjuster. Now that the adjuster is installed it is a little hard to reach but, at least now I can tune my fork because a screwdriver would not reach the compression screw with out tearing up the screw head.
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Ride Engineering has created a product to make adjusting the suspension simple with no external tools required.
- The new compression adjuster is extremely low profile and remains on the forks until fork disassembly is required.
- Imagine being able to pull over, turn the compression in or out for the track conditions, then continue on with the moto!
- Kit includes: two adjusters, 8 set screws and an Allen wrench for installation.
i seen these on line and i thought that it was a great idea. so i ordered a set for my 2011 kx250f (this website said that it would fit) so when they came in, they only fit one of my forks. it didnt fit the rebound fork, not the compression.
if u like to adjust your forks on the fly there perfect. no need to take a screwdriver out with u.
They work great. BUT use a little lock tight on the grub screws i lost 2 out of one and 1 out of the other and i cant find replacement screws to save my life. And they need all 4 screws to stay on tight enough to work. I will get another set for my other bike but i WILL use lock tight.
stated in description: "Kit includes 2 adjusters, 8 set screws & an allen wrench for installation"