Author SOLD Rox Riser, 2” rise, for 1 1/8” bar, Model 1R-P2PPK  (Read 277 times)

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    SOLD Rox Riser, 2” rise, for 1 1/8” bar, Model 1R-P2PPK
    on: Apr 29, 2022, 12.49 am
    Apr 29, 2022, 12.49 am
    Sold on 06/23/22.

    Hello everybody.  I was a longtime member here and have since left the VFR owners club and purchased a 2018 NC750X, a Yamaha Xmax, and my wife, who "quit" riding rides a little Kymco like 150I now. 

    I have a set of Rox risers that I never installed on my VFR before I sold it. They won't fit the NC and I've purchased another pair.  Anyhow, I am asking for $80.00 shipped to the lower 48s. 

    I hope you are all well! 

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    Re: Rox Riser, 2” rise, for 1 1/8” bar, Model 1R-P2PPK
    Reply #1 on: Apr 30, 2022, 01.35 am
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    Will the line sets and cables have to be extended for proper fitment?

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    Re: Rox Riser, 2” rise, for 1 1/8” bar, Model 1R-P2PPK
    Reply #2 on: Apr 30, 2022, 02.34 am
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    Probably not but I don't know as I di not install them.  There was a user here, Big John, who installed these risers and he just unclamped the cables and he was good lock to lock.  That said, I learned a new trick from the owners over in the NC forum.  Run the cables behind the triple clamp and you have all the room you need.  That is true for the NC, so presume it will be the same for the VFR.