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Originally Posted by krasuskyp View Post
So... if I was hoping to 'clock' my rear bars to lower it soon... I'd have to remove my shark fins to do it? Really? What, then have to buy / adhere new ones???

Please set me straight here, I was hoping to tackle this in the coming week as the rear looks like it got booted in the arse since I dialed the fronts down a coupla weeks back and it's been bugging me.

Oy. I hope I am misunderstanding you.

Yikes, well spotted, yep, looks like you would need to cut them to get the disc off. I guess if you make a good job of cutting out a neat circle and you could live with it you would be fine.

Luckily neither of my cars have the fins!
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