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So I got the richland rick peg lowering kit in the mail and so far I've got the shifter side installed. The lowered peg definitely feels better. My knee doesn't ache like it used to. My problem is that I can't get the shifter to line up right with the peg. it's either too low or to high. To low and I can't shift properly. To high I can still shift but It feels wonky. I've moved the shift arm back and forth on the gear shaft but it seems you can't just move it one or two "teeth" in either direction. It seems the adjustment os more corse than fine. Any advice? Hopefully this all makes sense to someone. I have very little mechanical skills so explaining it is even more difficult.

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Move it one tooth for the coarse adjustment. For the fine adjustment, loosen #37 and #34. Be careful as one has a left hand thread. I think it is #34 but look at the visible thread to make sure. When loosened, fine tune with #29.

 
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