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Old 04-18-2013, 12:30 AM
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Default Re: Bairdco Built For Speed Bike...

it's pretty simple. as long as you can find the rod end.

it's a 1/4-20 thread.

first, i bend the stock lever a little in a vice, then cut off the tip.

the stock arm is tapered or milled down halfway from the factory, and i use a 1/4-20 tap to thread it down to the bend.

then just thread the rod end onto it. you usually don't have to add a locking nut on the end, but you can.

most of the brass cable ends that come with the kit will fit tight into the spherical bearing, and you're done...

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