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After the seat modification I have noticed that I am putting more weight on my forearms and wrists when riding long distances, to try and resolve the issue I thought I would install a set of bar risers. I ended up buying a set of anti vibration rox risers. Very impressed with the quality of the finish and had them installed in less than half an hour. Have ridden 300kms today with them on and am really impressed with the improved riding position, I am now more upright and there is no pressure on the wrists at all. The anti vibration feature also works well, really noticed when using the mirrors as there was no vibration what so ever.



 

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I have been thinking about this mod also. did you have to change anything? it looks like my front brake line might not be long enough for these risers
they look good, thanks for the pictures
 

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I have been thinking about this mod also. did you have to change anything? it looks like my front brake line might not be long enough for these risers
they look good, thanks for the pictures
Did not have to change any lines or cables, I did remove the holding bracket for the front brake line and the "thick" bundle of cables on the other side and then just used cable ties to tidy things up. There was not a huge amount of slack to play with but I have free movement going from lock to lock and will just keep my eye on the lines and cable to ensure that there is no rubbing.
 

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Ordered a set of the Rox risers last week (non-anti vibration model) to suit my new pro taper bars. They arrived at my PO box today. Pick them up tomorrow.
 
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