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  • Rocky-Question on DHS Shifter

    Rocky, I could have sent you PM on this but thought it might benefit others besides myself. Without getting into detail, I have a situation (on a 2012 wing) where I need to raise the shifter pad/peddle (the pad you put your toe under) up about 1/4"-1/2". I know the DHS part was design to reduce the shifting stroke (distance), but it also indicates it may give me the adjustment I need? What say you? Thanks.



    Richard
    Darksider #390
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  • #2
    Richard. I was the one who sought out this adjustable Stainless Self cleaning Hyme joint instead of using the Stock cheap joints. For the very reason you are asking about.
    I wanted stock height.

    This kt offers guy with bigger boots to adjust for that to.


    So to answer your question. "Yes"' you can adjust this kit to what you want..



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    • #3
      Thanks Rocky. I knew you were somehow involved with it and that is what prompted the question. Take care.
      Richard
      Darksider #390
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      • #4
        And it works... I can shift with my size 12 boots just like anyone else!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by TravelinLite View Post
          Thanks Rocky. I knew you were somehow involved with it and that is what prompted the question. Take care.
          You're Welcome.

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          • #6
            Nope it works great thanks Rocky love the shifter and yes my fat size 12 boot fit perfect now no more miss shift

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