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Finally got to go off-roading with my new Rox Anti-vibration Risers. I have to say that for me they are an unequivocal hit! First, they allowed me to position the bar right where I wanted it because of the muli-direction adjustment. The height for me was spot on. Second, they very noticeably reduced harsh hits of edges, rocks, washboarded roads. They actually were better than I even expected.

Down side, they do reduce a bit of feel from the front end/tire. I think it's to be expected. But, after a bit I was in tune with the new feel of the front and gained a lot of confidence in what I was feeling from the front.

At the end of the day my 'old' hands and wrists appreciated the purchase which was the main goal.

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2inch? did younhave to adjust any line/cables?
Finally got to go off-roading with my new Rox Anti-vibration Risers. I have to say that for me they are an unequivocal hit! First, they allowed me to position the bar right where I wanted it because of the muli-direction adjustment. The height for me was spot on. Second, they very noticeably reduced harsh hits of edges, rocks, washboarded roads. They actually were better than I even expected.

Down side, they do reduce a bit of feel from the front end/tire. I think it's to be expected. But, after a bit I was in tune with the new feel of the front and gained a lot of confidence in what I was feeling from the front.

At the end of the day my 'old' hands and wrists appreciated the purchase which was the main goal.

Thumbs Up!
 

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I didn't have to mess with the cables for the position I chose. But, I can see some positions that are possible that the standard length cables and/or routing could be an issue.
 
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