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After installing my Driven Halo Riser Clip-Ons and not wanting to purchase preload adjusters to cover the exposed top forks I had initially used this person's recommendation of using milk bottle caps to cover them:


Now after a couple years decided to get something 3d printed. Ended up fitting perfectly, after a few prints of course...

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I printed my own as well using a hard black rubber. Came out great and looks simple and nice. I would be happy to share my design file as well if anyone wants to make them.

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Yeh mate, wouldn't mind seeing your design file. I'll try get mine up soon too, once I find it.
 

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slightly unrelated but what size riser did you use with these clipons? It looks like you maybe didn’t have to adjust the triple tree to use them.
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2.5" and didn't have to mess with the triple tree as the clipons bolt off to fit on the forks.

They did slightly touch the fairings on fullock in you have the bars setup at 7 degrees instead of 0. But I didn't mind. I guess I could have also extended the bar a little more out but I wanted it nice and short for filtering through city traffic.


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