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3sum last won the day on October 22 2019

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  1. @KeesH those pictures sure look like the low setting to me.
  2. I only called them and ordered it. I didn’t make any special requests, so I would imagine yours would come like this. I’m very pleased with mine.
  3. I had that exact same Cycle Hill changer and a few years ago I “upgraded” to the full-on No Mar. Truth be told, I wish I’d saved the money from the No Mar and just kept the Cycle Hill. The No Mar is marginally easier to use, but not enough to justify the price difference IMHO.
  4. @norcal616 which specific model is that? And i didn’t notice if yours is and FJ or Teacer (if it matters for this). I have a Tracer GT.
  5. It more than does for me. The OEM seat might “look” better but if it’s not a good seat, look doesn’t mean shit to me. I’ll take function over form. And I have a the original set that Sargent doesn’t want back. 2 for 1 is a great deal in my book.
  6. Awesome, thanks. Yeah, I bought a Motion Pro PBT tool for a little less than $90 but I really like e idea of the screw on option. Each time I put a new chain on, all is easy up to the point of flaring the new rivets. I always second guess myself whether I’m flaring it enough or too much.
  7. @1moreroad a screw on master link? Do tell. Never heard of that one!
  8. Yes, it’s in the low slot. I’ll try to remember to do that tomorrow when I get home.
  9. I’ll try to remember to do that tomorrow when I get home.
  10. I got my replacement set Saturday and I think it’s perfect now. I had posted in the other thread already.
  11. Just got back from a short ride with the new seat. The mods done by Sargent make it perfect, for me at least. It created a pocket that you sit in. Even with my somewhat slick Roadcrafter, even hard braking resulted in very minimal sliding forward. Well done Sargent.