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Barkbusters on T7


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Hi All

I recently fitted a set of Barkbusters to my bike and have noticed that the left side handlebar fitment bracket sits very close to the clutch cable.

I’ve adjusted it so the cable just clears the bracket but there is no further adjustment angle left for the bracket.

The clutch cable is adjusted one turn to allow for some suitable free play and don’t want to tighten the slack any further as it bights too late for my liking.


Any comments or suggestions gratefully received. BC6A99D7-5B0E-4BB7-BEBD-35F676A97E09.thumb.jpeg.62b1fb0b29e7641c9b1685abcdffd00e.jpegD4A4B7C3-5881-4125-8B8B-1BA24D601BEA.thumb.jpeg.81e5674371ce6ab10938446e76517b5f.jpeg

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You are one of many that has complained about the barkbuster



Maybe this would help?



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Hibobb,  Thanks for that, I've been considering this option.


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Thanks for the advice.

The multi fit clamps look a decent option or just zip tie the cable away from the sharp edge of the existing clamp 👍

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