Jack it up, take both small side covers off right side, use a long screwdriver and tap lightly with hammer in slot of adjustment ring to adjust. 5 minutes top!!
I have adjusted both ways for i or 2up riding.immortal13 said:Were you softening or stiffening?Natedog said:Thats the way I do it!11Stryker said:Jack it up, take both small side covers off right side, use a long screwdriver and tap lightly with hammer in slot of adjustment ring to adjust. 5 minutes top!!
Hey Friend, you and I need to live nearer each other! I will help you with the mechanical and you help me with the electrical. We could both save some money!!immortal13 said:I read the dang manual.....AND I took it to a bike mechanic. I have a totally reconstructed right wrist, so some things aren't easy for me to do anymore....hence the mechanic. For some reason, this jakeleg can't seem to turn the **** thing and I'm trying to understand why. Yes I'm frustrated LOL. If I have to drive 30 miles to the Yami dealer, wait forever, and overpay to get it done I'm going to be really pissed.sanderclause said:Not to speak for 11 but the manual explains the process pretty well.immortal13 said:What's that supposed to mean?11Stryker said:Yes and reading owner's manual will help also!
Btw, the bike was on a motorcycle jack. He tried with a big pair of channel-lock pliers and claimed it wouldn't move. Guess I'll try the hammer and screwdriver technique. I'll have to go back by the shop because I don't have a motorcycle jack.
Thanks for all the helpful tips. I'm going to try the screwdriver method