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No modifications to the bike are required. The bracket mounts to existing threaded holes. The saw is held with a simple latch mechanism that locks the saw firmly but is a quick release (3 seconds!). I wouldn't race with the saw mounted but you can stay ahead of the C riders while clearing trail. It stays on when blasting through the woods just fine. If you work tight trails this is the way to get a saw to where the trees need to be cut.
Chain Saw Mount
The chain saw holder mounts the saw to the triple clamp with the chain saw bar parallel and in front of the right fork leg. It works with a Stihl brand chain saw similar to the MS180C and KTM 2 and 4 stroke bikes 200cc’s and larger.
This saw carrier can also work on an ATV rack with an adapter plate in either a horizontal or vertical orientation. Give us the details and for a modest price, we will make an adapter plate for you.
Complete your handle bar controls with a matching Brembo brake lever. This lever utilizes the stock pivot geometry so the action is the same as a stock brake lever. The difference is that the brake lever is the same "shorty" length as the CLever clutch levers and has the same ergonomic feel of the wide blade. These features allow you to use a one or two fingered grip on the lever with either a short or long reach. You can maintain a tight grip on your bars using your remaining fingers with no danger of trapping them in between the blade and the bar in a panic grab situation.
Clutch Lever Force Comparison...
The primary advantage of this lever is a 50% reduction in actuation force. This means less fatigue, less arm pump and more endurance especially during high intensity race conditions. A shorter than stock lever length allows a one or two finger operation enabling you to squeeze the lever to the bar without releasing your grip with the rest of your fingers. Depending on the mounting position you employ, you can even go for a three finger grab when necessary. The ball on the lever end meets AMA safety rule requirements and provides a comfortable grip reference for your fingers; it also helps prevent accidental release while traversing rough terrain at high speed. The width of the lever distributes the contact pressure over a greater surface area on your fingers reducing load concentrations that induce blistering.
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Pictorial Lever Selection Chart
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