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Any recommendations for clip-ons and rearsets? Preferably that don’t require a mortgage application.

(900ss 1996 carby)

I prefer a more racy riding position than the standard setup. I have done some internet research and, as always, there are various offerings on flea bay. Rather ask the guys that know.

TIA
 

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Any recommendations for clip-ons and rearsets? Preferably that don’t require a mortgage application.

(900ss 1996 carby)

I prefer a more racy riding position than the standard setup. I have done some internet research and, as always, there are various offerings on flea bay. Rather ask the guys that know.

TIA
I got these, nicely made, wee bit pricey but not too daft. 1" up & 1" rearwards:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/DUCATI-199...ash=item25f23bf762:g:4VsAAOSwsTVawm8D&vxp=mtr
 
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Thanks for the words guys. I got some new leads that I never found before. Some good options. Thanks.
 

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Idiot check question - our forks are 50mm right?
 

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Years ago I got some clipons and rearsets from Cycle Cat. Not cheap but nicely made and very adjustable. They seem to go into and out of business, so I don't know what the company's status currently is. I think Oberon has some pegs if you want to keep the existing hangers.
 
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