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post #1 of 7 Old 06-20-2018, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Ohlins rear

For those of your who have the Ohlins rear, how did you route the hose for the preload adjuster?


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post #2 of 7 Old 06-20-2018, 07:48 PM
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attach it to the passenger peg on the right side.

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I have it attached to the peg. Iím curious about the routing of the hose. I went over the frame rail and under the gas tank. I suspect some people may have simply exited to the right under the frame. Mine is near the exhaust and it concerns me.


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googleit posted a video of his installation.

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I didn't like the recommended routing so I tucked mine under the seat.

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I didn't like the recommended routing so I tucked mine under the seat.
That is a real nice and tidy solution.
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I have it attached to the peg. Iím curious about the routing of the hose. I went over the frame rail and under the gas tank. I suspect some people may have simply exited to the right under the frame. Mine is near the exhaust and it concerns me.


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this is the way I routed it when installed on my bike, hence the spiral wrap on the hose.
then bolted the clamp to the Sato passenger peg bracket. never carried a passenger so no worries
about an inadvertent adjustment to the preload.
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