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If you have clip on handlebars then you need this tool to put them back in place ever time .
2. Very handy
Posted by Fernando on 19th Sep 2018
I have to get ‘this tool long time ago like the material I recommend
3. good idea, average implementation
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Oct 2017
As a concept this is a terrific idea. Getting clip-ons lined up correctly on each side is a tremendous pain in the butt. (Hello, clip-on makers? Put angle markers on the clip-ons! Look at Renthal or MotoD clip-ons!) This tool attempts to solve this problem but depending on your bike can be a breeze or just another pain in the butt. On my 2015 R1 (non-m) there is no good way to find the center of the fork, so you kind of have to guestimate where to use the indention on this tool as a center point reference. Same problem on my 2007 R6 with an Ohlins fork kit. The tops of the tubes are a nut, not round, so finding the center from one side to another is difficult. The tiny indention is way to small to rely on simply sliding it along the curve of the fork tube until it catches in the middle. If it were bigger aligning the tool on the forks might be easier.
Another issue I had with this tool was the thumb screw used to hold the angle in place once you've set it. On mine the screw is either completely loose or completely immovable. All it takes is a minor bump on one end of the tool or another to knock it loose, causing you to loose your setting and having to start all over again.
4. Another slick tool from Motion Pro
Posted by Dan on 27th Aug 2015
If you've replaced your factory clip-ons with aftermarket ones this tool is especially handy.I had lined up my Woodcraft clip-ons as best I could, but upon receiving my Motion Pro tool I was able to see that my bars were at ever so slightly different angles.
The pictures above show the tool resting on the flats of the preload adjusters. I actually have the same fork kit and therefor the same adjusters on top, but they aren't aligned with the wrench flats facing forward. What I did was put a socket over the adjusters and then the tool across those to ensure the tool was straight in either direction.
If one preload adjuster had a point facing forward and the other was on a flat your tool would rest at an angle, and therefor mess up the clip-on angle side to side.
All in all, good tool. More accurate than the method I was using before.