Adjustable Angled Clip-Ons - Amazon.com

Matnetik

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Hey all,

Been looking for a set of adjustable clip-ons for my 1974 Honda CB360. I've done so much research but never seem to find a simple set that was adjustable for the angle. Everything I could find cost an insane amount or you had to buy additional plates to adjust the angle of them. Well I finally found a set on Amazon of all places. Super clean and super simple, had to paint the fork mounts black but they come in different sizes and the quality is actually pretty solid. We will see how they hold up in the sun but overall pretty satisfied. Wasn't sure where to post this but thought I would share if anyone else is looking for a similar style or look! Made a video on them as well.

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ridesolo

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I had a pair just like those on my 360 though I had Kawi ex500 Ninja forks on it (37mm tubes). I had absolutely no problem with them. You do have to be fairly strong-arm when tightening the bolts but I liked the infinite adjustability. Mine were aluminum and aluminum rather than aluminum and black and I purchased them on eBay; probably around the same price.
 

Redbird

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Had the same experience as ridesolo. I have the same ones on my DS7... picked them up from eBay.
I ended up smearing some red loctite on the pivot where the bar mounts to the fork mount, before final tightening. Just to make sure it wouldn't slip while riding.
I don't know if that helped much or not, but I can tell you I've lifted the bike off the ground by the bars with no movement at all.
 

Matnetik

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Sweet! Glad other people have had a similar experience! I threw some loctite on their as well but I pretty much do that on every bolt with this bike due to the vibration.
 

Redbird

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I meant, not just on the bolts, but on the smooth surface of the pivot as well.
 

MiniatureNinja

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cool video. next time just remove the top clamp - clip on will slide up, no need to remove the headlight, loosen up the lower clamps, or even raise the bike

just a tip - since' I've done this 4 times already this week.
 

Matnetik

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cool video. next time just remove the top clamp - clip on will slide up, no need to remove the headlight, loosen up the lower clamps, or even raise the bike

just a tip - since' I've done this 4 times already this week.
Thanks for the tip! Thought about doing that but ended up doing it the hard way haha
 

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