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I'm in the market for some new rearsets for my 97 tillis.
I found some on eBay and was wondering if you guys could
check them out and see if thier worth my money.
The item number is ( 190337539647 )
 

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They look ok, but be aware that the 2 bolt fixings are more prone to snapping your frame lugs in a crash.

If you want to save your frame consider these, not the prettiest but can be polished and very strong as I've just found out :laugh
 

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Hi stretch they look good but they dont have much ajustment, gillies are the best fitted them to my tl 1000 r i recomend them, much more ajustable
 

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Go with the sato rearsets. They are the best rearsets I've ever rode on. Well worth the money. Little more expensive then the other options but worth everypenny
 

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http://www.oppracing.com/products/464-suzuki/
http://www.indysuperbike.com/customer/home.php?cat=30787
http://www.kneedraggers.com/list/1254/manu/Sato/Suzuki/TL1000S
(I have been told that the rearsets are the same for the R and the S, you can check part#'s or one of the all knowing TL gods can confirm)

heres a few places. I cant remember where I ordered mine. I think it was indysuperbike.
I like the sato's because the controls are double ball bearing. They are silky smooth.


MAKE SURE YOU FOLLOW INSTALL DIRECTIONS WITH LOCTITE.The bolt that holds the shift rod has a rubber spacer that makes it move smoother so you cant tighten it enough to keep it on without loctite (you don't wanna know how I know this)
 
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