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Old 04-03-2012, 10:25 PM
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I just finished replacing cam chain tensioner shoes, inner cam bearings, lifters & pushrods on a buddy's bike for maintenance at ~25,000 miles. Just wanted to plug Smith Bros. pushrods, which I heard about on this forum. These are extremely well made, quality parts! I used the Fast Install kit and loved it. Didn't have to replace the pushrod tubes, they come with a fixture to hold the tubes up out of the way for adjustment, the adjusters are easily accessible and the threads fit well and operate smoothly. I will be using these pushrods from now on! My wife's bike is coming due for the same treatment, hers will be getting Smith Bros. pushrods when I do it! They are an excellent value as well, since it isn't necessary to replace the pushrod tubes or any section of them.
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I used them as well and they are great quality and cheap too boot.

I know some think they are a real PITA compared to other quick install but I like them OK.
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