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I moved my shifter up a notch. Some people are waiting on case savers or notching the plastic.

--- Here is what I did for the front sprocket cover.
Just cut it at the angle that's already there.
 

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I cut mine first, then I just took it off. You need to get two shorter bolts (make sure same threads) leave the steel case saver in place. Take off the plastic part then bolt the case saver back on and you're done. It looks better and you won't have mud and chain lube gunk collect there.

About those Pro Armor Fat Pegs: The webbing that goes over to the frame, that you have "buckled" in place - you don't need those, just cut them off with scissors and burn the ends with a lighter. They get in the way of your foot and can catch your boot in there, and that's not good!
 

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All u had to do is grind out the notch (where the lever hits the cover) and then it looks like it wasn't even a problem.
 

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All u had to do is grind out the notch (where the lever hits the cover) and then it looks like it wasn't even a problem.
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... except the notch.
 

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... except the notch.
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Exactly .... plus this way less likely to trap mud and crap in there ----

Pack that thing with crap --- quick way to burn up the clutch
 

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Sorry, missed the spot where u said notching in your first post.
 

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Here's what we did over in the Junkie's camp





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