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  1. #421
    Fifth gear streak
    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki Boulevard M50 2008 Yellow and Black named the Bumble Bee
    Location
    St. Joseph, IL
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    shotsailor

    It seems that the older a bike the harder that lock tight resin tends to seize up. It is best to heat the studs and let them cool
    and reheat sometimes when they are too tight.
    Some newer bikes will have bolts not studs. We include two nuts and a lock washer for the purpose of making a "nut" to remove the stud,
    it's a simple stud puller if you will.
    We have also used pipe wrenches as well and many have purchased stud pullers.

    I'm glad you were able to get them installed.
    You might also look at our Chin Spoilers and Rear Filler Plates for the model bike you have. These items really help you customize the M50 which is a great
    bike to customize and ride.

    Ride safe!

    Quote Originally Posted by shotsailor View Post
    Installed my 1" risers today and it was not an easy job....(m50...2006)
    Had to remove the bar to put the stock risers in a workbench and used a torch to losen everything.
    It was very tight!
    But...at last....got the job done
    CooleyM50

    Riding Bumble Bee the fearless 2008 Yellow, black and gray M50.

    Designer of the M50 Chin Spoiler and 2" Riser Block.
    Manufacture of the M50 1" Riser Block, 2" Smooth and Fluted Riser Block, Chin Spoiler, DK's Rear Filler Plate and soon coming UHL Plate and Front Brake MC CAP.

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  3. #422
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    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki Boulevard M50 2008 Yellow and Black named the Bumble Bee
    Location
    St. Joseph, IL
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    Current full stock on 2" smooth and fluted risers and 1" as well.

    We also have a new 1 and 2" stacked kit for those who really need some good rise.

    Give me a shout if you need forum pricing.

    We ship globally and sell through eBay and direct from our offices/shop.

    We are the first and still the best riser spacers for M50's and the lowest cost too.

    See our other postings for Chin Spoilers and Rear Filler plates.

    Ken

    ken@shape-master.com

    217-582-2638 daytime

    217-621-1158 cell and text evenings and weekends.

    Visa, Mastercard and Discover and Paypal received.
    CooleyM50

    Riding Bumble Bee the fearless 2008 Yellow, black and gray M50.

    Designer of the M50 Chin Spoiler and 2" Riser Block.
    Manufacture of the M50 1" Riser Block, 2" Smooth and Fluted Riser Block, Chin Spoiler, DK's Rear Filler Plate and soon coming UHL Plate and Front Brake MC CAP.

  4. #423
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    My Bike(s)
    2001 Suzuki Marauder
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    Just bought and rode my Marauder home today. I was thinking to myself the whole way, I need FC and risers. I guess I will be getting some of these.

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  6. #424
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    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki Boulevard M50 2008 Yellow and Black named the Bumble Bee
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    St. Joseph, IL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreepy_krawler View Post
    Just bought and rode my Marauder home today. I was thinking to myself the whole way, I need FC and risers. I guess I will be getting some of these.
    Cool man.

    Give us a call. 217-582-2638 or 800-779-6925 toll free in the U.S. States lower 48.

    We take Credit Cards over the phone.
    CooleyM50

    Riding Bumble Bee the fearless 2008 Yellow, black and gray M50.

    Designer of the M50 Chin Spoiler and 2" Riser Block.
    Manufacture of the M50 1" Riser Block, 2" Smooth and Fluted Riser Block, Chin Spoiler, DK's Rear Filler Plate and soon coming UHL Plate and Front Brake MC CAP.

  7. #425
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2008 Suzuki Boulevard M50
    Location
    Saegertown, PA
    Posts
    1
    Thanks Ken for the quick reply and the quick shipping. I have the risers on and they feel like the reach will be much more comfortable. I have not gotten a chance to take it for a long ride yet, but this Saturday I will be going for a 300 mile round trip. We are going to Johnstown, PA. For the Thunder in the Valley event.


 
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