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post #1 of 18 Old 09-10-2005, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Gilles - Slava, you can take my $$$ any day!

Thank goodness dad was a Kraut, cause those German instructions calling for ISO and SAE spec bolts started to hurt my small brain

Anywho, these adjusters are the shizzle!!!

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post #2 of 18 Old 09-10-2005, 11:40 AM
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had mine for awhile. i know what you mean. the gilles make life a little easier now.
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Basically, these make adjusting your chain a total no-brainer.

The accentric bolt and graduated markings on the Gilles housing/bracket make your adjustments "dead nuts" accurate

Dress for the slide & not the ride
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they cost a lot, but i can live that. it gives the bike a cool look.
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They sure do look sweet circusnuts!! Something to add to the X-mas list f'sho! heehee!

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Basically, these make adjusting your chain a total no-brainer.

The accentric bolt and graduated markings on the Gilles housing/bracket make your adjustments "dead nuts" accurate
How do you know they are accurate?
Did you check the actual allignment of your wheel or just line up the marks?
The Gilles might be perfect but you swingarm might be off.
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Those look the business....me likey
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wife bought me a set for my b-day i love that gal

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wife bought me a set for my b-day i love that gal
last time I asked my wife to pick something up at the dealership , some oil I think, she came back with a new Joe Rocket jacket, gloves and a Pit Bull front stand. Gotta' love 'em!!

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