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I have Yammi Flat bars with tall risers. I added some 1 3/4" spacers below the bars to get more pullback and height. The position is perfect. The problem is that there is too much movement in the rubber bushings. I picked up some Gooden Tite riser bushings (GT-1YS)...that are made for the Warrior. I've checked the threads and could not find a method to remove the old rubber bushings. Ideas?? Thanks in advance.
 

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I have Yammi Flat bars with tall risers. I added some 1 3/4" spacers below the bars to get more pullback and height. The position is perfect. The problem is that there is too much movement in the rubber bushings. I picked up some Gooden Tite riser bushings (GT-1YS)...that are made for the Warrior. I've checked the threads and could not find a method to remove the old rubber bushings. Ideas?? Thanks in advance.
The Yamahariser bushings are a press fit. The OEMbushings are not available from Yamaha.


The nominalsizeis 30mm O.D. x 14mm I.D. x approx 40mmLong


Thebillettall risers ship with2-M12 x 70mm Lg soc hd allenbolts & 2-thin wall sleeves, 14mm O.D. x 12mm I.D.x 36mm Lg that act as a filler to center the riser bolts.


Keep in mind that the riser bushings you plan to use are 2-pc stepped/hubbed bushings and spacers that have a larger foot print all aroundthan the OEM's.


Here's a couple of earlier threads


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http://rswarrior.com/forums/p/25090/368857.aspx#368857
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I have same problems...so I just purchased the gooden tite riser bushings...Did the new bushing solve the loosy goosey problem and how did you get old bushings out ?
 
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