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Has anyone tried these cheap risers? For the price I'm willing to take a punt but I'll be damned if the low price doesn't inspire confidence in the part.

I'm not looking for an aggressive riding position, I just want to shift the rearsets back a bit for comfort. The pegs dig in to my legs when stopped.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/301884550537
 

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It's a pretty simple piece, I don't see any reason to worry about it failing. It's definitely worth the minuscule price to make the bike suit you better
 

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I just installed the rear set plates yesterday on mine. Got them on Fleabay. Mine came with 4 bolts , the 2 plates, shift rod. Worked great. Much better riding position. Check and be sure it comes with bolts too as your going to need them to mount them.
 
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I just installed the rear set plates yesterday on mine. Got them on Fleabay. Mine came with 4 bolts , the 2 plates, shift rod. Worked great. Much better riding position. Check and be sure it comes with bolts too as your going to need them to mount them.

Good point. I don't think the one I linked comes with bolts.

Which one did you buy?
 

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BJMOTO is the brand. eBay China seller. Just put in R3 parts and accessories.
 
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