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alloy art stabilizer

Anyone have this and what do you think,
I put mine on yesterday but have not ridden it yet, I got it used so no adjustment instructions, It only goes on 1 way but how tight does it need to be?


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Hi Bobby, I have one and it works great. Here is a link for installation and adjustment. I tightened mine a little more because I am a little more aggressive at times. HAHA
http://www.alloyart.com/images/TXR_instructons_NEW.pdf


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I got it on Saturday, went on Alloys website and got the inst, I have do do a little tweaking on it but it seems to work good. I do notice more vibration at low speed though, I hope I can get some of this out with some adjusting.
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I had one on my 07 Road Glide. The pre 2008 models need it if you want to ride aggressive without a wobble. It made a huge difference in the handleing. No need for it on the newer bikes since they changed the frame.

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Got it readjusted and man does it feel better, lost the vibration and it sticks in curves with no wobble. I have to learn how to ride all over I am so use to knowing when the wiggle was coming and now it dont wiggle...


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