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Uhh, well, the reservoir is attached directly to the shock, so you might mean the adjuster...

 

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I have mine mounted to the left side of my bike using the mounting holes where the rear footpeg bracket would attach to the subframe. The rear footpegs and bracket have been removed. I had a small straight bracket that I used to mount the adjustor. The wire was zip tied up and under the subframe.

I don't have pics at the moment, I'll post 'em later if you still want to take a look.
 

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eeeeek : Now if I only had some forks...
They'll be on their way soon... but probably not soon enough, right?
 

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Northy : Should the adjuster click when turned or does it just turn like the preload adjusters on the fork?
It clicks (or at least should) ever full turn. It's subtle, though, so if you're doing it with gloves on, you might miss it.
 

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BDA116 : The preload adjuster doesn't click..
Maybe there are different versions out, because mine certainly does (the big remote knob thingy)
 

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It's not a defined 'click' but you'll feel a very slight bit of resistance, well, that's what mine feels like.

Here are the pics of my mounting, as promised
 

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HondaGal : pic 2

Dear street squids reading this thread,

See HondaGal's tires.  That is the goal, not unused rubber...

Well done HondaGal!    You kick a$$!

Sincerely,

temporarily bikeless in NC...
 
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