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Scotts Dampers on 07 450 ?

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Has any body used the stock bars and clamps with the Scott's dampener on and 07? I want to mount one on top of the bars without changing changing everything, do they have a kit like this? By the way its raining and I'm going riding in the mountains latter, I hope its muddy:D

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I went with the sub mount kit, works with stock bars and tripple clamp. This does raise the bars about an inch, a clean looking install.

Check thier web site for pics. Pricey but worth every cent.

Jeff

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Yep, I have that configuration!

07 WR450, everything works right out of the box. Tell them you have a stock 07 WR. No surprises at all! These parts are a work of art! You'll be surprised at how well this stuff fits!

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how are you guys liking the bars being 1" higher? i'm not sure if i'll like it or not i'm only 5' 6" with a 28" inseam...

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I'm 36 years old and 5'9" so I'm not much taller than you . I hated leaning down on the bars . I find it to a much more comfortable riding position. and I'm used to older style bikes with even higher bars

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