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mnm567

Triple Clamp Experience

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Anyone have a suggestion for a good clamp and bar combo that would reduce vibration which would ultimately reduce dreaded arm-pump! Something other than the RG3 clamp since it is so expensive. Do the rubber mounted clamps really make that much difference? I ride a 2005 YZ450F, the solid mounts aren't doing it for me. Thanks Matt

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Don't be cheap..... RG3's work period!

I have the RG3's on my 05 with the new offset The rubber mounts really help on the vibration! My hands don't fall asleep from the vibration anymore.. :naughty:

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Check out Seismic Cycles on eBay. He sells some Tag clamps and bar sets for real reasonable prices. :naughty:

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I have the RG3's on my 05 with the new offset The rubber mounts really help on the vibration! My hands don't fall asleep from the vibration anymore.. :naughty:

Did the different offset help with handling? I might re-consider buying the RG3 clamp. Thanks for the input! Matt

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It did help with the handling! It will turn some what better. The main thing I was after was keeping my hands from falling alseep and it took care of that.

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You can get them in rubber mounted also.

That's what I have on my bike currently and my last couple YZFs...good stuff.

It must have been half asleep last night when I posted.

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