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Got these rearsets from Bird just recently. I've been riding around on them for awhile now and it turns out that my right hip simply can't take the aggressive riding position. I've ridden on them about 10 times to try to get used to it but just can't.

They're somewhat annoying to install and initially but they are solid, strong, and work pretty well once you get them right. Sorry I don't have pics up right now but there are pics of the exact set floating around the forum from when I bought them.

$70 USD shipped. Thanks.
 

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This is a good deal. Here are some images so potential buyers can get a better look.
Keep in mind those were just installed to take photos. No attention was given to peg placement or pedal height.

You can just abandon the stock brake switch and all the crap that goes with it for a banjo bolt pressure switch but its not necessary. Under $20.



 

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Sorry I should have stated in this post earlier. The sets have been sold. Thanks.
 

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Got these rearsets from Bird just recently. I've been riding around on them for awhile now and it turns out that my right hip simply can't take the aggressive riding position. I've ridden on them about 10 times to try to get used to it but just can't.

They're somewhat annoying to install and initially but they are solid, strong, and work pretty well once you get them right. Sorry I don't have pics up right now but there are pics of the exact set floating around the forum from when I bought them.

$70 USD shipped. Thanks.
I'll take a dibs on that.

Paypal?
 
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