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Sup my fellow R7 riders. I need your help. Im trying to figure how to get the fork stem cap(if there is one) off so I can set up my phone mount. If anyone knows how or can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!
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Sup my fellow R7 riders. I need your help. Im trying to figure how to get the fork stem cap(if there is one) off so I can set up my phone mount. If anyone knows how or can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!! View attachment 676 View attachment 677
Just use a 27mm socket wrench .. get a friend to hold the bike and loosen .. it comes right off
 

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Im not even gone lie bro.....I have no idea what that is. You're speaking a totally different language. Im looking to put the "quad lock" stem mount in it. So you're saying take it off and "yoke" to hold down the clamp?? What is that exactly? Sorry for being such a blonde.....like I said all this is new to me
 

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Im not even gone lie bro.....I have no idea what that is. You're speaking a totally different language. Im looking to put the "quad lock" stem mount in it. So you're saying take it off and "yoke" to hold down the clamp?? What is that exactly? Sorry for being such a blonde.....like I said all this is new to me
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the yoke is the blue nut then you can put your quad lock …. Hope this helps
 

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Replacing the cap nut with an "uncapped" nut isn't as complicated as you're making it out to be. Do you have a torque wrench or trust yourself to tighten it by feel?
Dont have a torque wrench but i'll be going to get one, because I also have to put on my engine protector.
 

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Sup my fellow R7 riders. I need your help. Im trying to figure how to get the fork stem cap(if there is one) off so I can set up my phone mount. If anyone knows how or can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!! View attachment 676 View attachment 677
Im not even gone lie bro.....I have no idea what that is. You're speaking a totally different language. Im looking to put the "quad lock" stem mount in it. So you're saying take it off and "yoke" to hold down the clamp?? What is that exactly? Sorry for being such a blonde.....like I said all this is new to me
Sup my fellow R7 riders. I need your help. Im trying to figure how to get the fork stem cap(if there is one) off so I can set up my phone mount. If anyone knows how or can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!! View attachment 676 View attachment 677
How did the part work out from pro bolt. Just got a quad lock stem mount for my sons R7 and contacted quad lock and the said the stem mount wouldn’t work on an R7 because of clearance issues. I showed him a pic of the nut and he said it might work.
 

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I use DRC - ZETA Steering Stem Nut & Bolt 027982 for my Quadlock with vibration damper, best for Iphone...
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List of part numbers that are compatible with the Kimpex number :
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  • Supplier number :ZE58-2033
  • Kimpex catalog number :027982

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Has anybody else found a different supplier of the yoke nut than ProBolt? I ordered a blue one from them back in February and paid for expedited shipping… it still hasn’t shipped. I’ve had a $120 Rokform stem mount sitting in the box since mid-February lol

edit - nevermind. They must’ve felt their ears burning. 2 seconds after I posted this I got the email that they’re working on my order 😂
 
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