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Rev the engine in gear and let the clutch out quickly. :D
 

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There ain't a hole on the inner fairing on each side of the steering head right behind the headlight assembly ? If so the adjuster heads will be about a 1/2 inch deep in those holes . The pre Rushmore bikes used a 4.5 mm adjuster head.
 

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I don't have my owners manual handy but it gives the procedures in there.
 

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It's directly in the center, underneath the light assembly, just at the aft end of the lower fairing. Kind of up above it about 3/4 of an inch.

There is only one ( up and down ) adjustment needed. The cool thing is, you can use three different tools to adjust it! You can use a 9mm socket, 6mm hex or a T15 Torx bit. Any of these three will get it done for you.

Back it the bike up from a wall 25 feet, tires aired up and shocks set for your weight. The "Hot Spot" of the beam should be 2" below the height of the center of the headlights.
 
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