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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-27-2019, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Precision shock and vibe clamp

Anyone using one of these? And are you installing it to your stem? I feed like i need some type of bushing for them to work?.
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Anyone using one of these? And are you installing it to your stem? I feed like i need some type of bushing for them to work?.
I have one. It installs onto a plate that bolts directly to the stem. The plate allows you to move the bars about an inch forward or back.
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Mine didnt come with a plate. It came with a lonestar stem but i seems like i am missing some bushings.
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Mine didnt come with a plate. It came with a lonestar stem but i seems like i am missing some bushings.
Show me I also have a lonr star stem, it needs a plate to hold it all together

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The stock steering stem will come with a plate for the actual mount. If you have an aftermarket stem like a Lonestar you will not receive a mounting plate. However, there should be a support bracket "plate" that goes between both clamps on the front side. This keeps them from rotating. The shock and vibe clamp for the aftermarket stem installs just like an anti vibe clamp. If you are missing the bushings and washers you need to contact whoever you bought the stem from.

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The stock steering stem will come with a plate for the actual mount. If you have an aftermarket stem like a Lonestar you will not receive a mounting plate. However, there should be a support bracket "plate" that goes between both clamps on the front side. This keeps them from rotating. The shock and vibe clamp for the aftermarket stem installs just like an anti vibe clamp. If you are missing the bushings and washers you need to contact whoever you bought the stem from.
yes i have that plate but i am unable to use that plate b/c the stem mounting holes are too narrow. Placing the clamp to close together. Even if i was able to use that plate it still wouldn't solve my problem of mounting a 1/2 bolt to a 1" hole. The only thing i can think of is that i need four conical bushings like how other clamps for anti vibe stems attach.
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yes i have that plate but i am unable to use that plate b/c the stem mounting holes are too narrow. Placing the clamp to close together. Even if i was able to use that plate it still wouldn't solve my problem of mounting a 1/2 bolt to a 1" hole. The only thing i can think of is that i need four conical bushings like how other clamps for anti vibe stems attach.
That's not where the plate goes... Let me see if i can find a picture of mine, hang tight.
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I can't find pictures of mine, but here is something i found on google. The black plate is the one that holds both the clamps together, the clamps go straight into the steering stem.
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yes i have that plate but i am unable to use that plate b/c the stem mounting holes are too narrow. Placing the clamp to close together. Even if i was able to use that plate it still wouldn't solve my problem of mounting a 1/2 bolt to a 1" hole. The only thing i can think of is that i need four conical bushings like how other clamps for anti vibe stems attach.
Yes, you need those conical bushings and washers.
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I can't find pictures of mine, but here is something i found on google. The black plate is the one that holds both the clamps together, the clamps go straight into the steering stem.
yes my clampes are too close together to mount the plate like that.
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