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I just ordered the Rox 5 3/4-8/14 adjustable riser from Heiny. Anyone know if I will need longer cables or brake line?? I have the Polaris 5 1/2" on it now and just need an inch or two..

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Anything over 6" will take some rerouting and possible extensions.
I was able to put a 6" on my 08 and it barely fit with enough slack for everything to work properly.

Some people said they can get up to 8" by unplugging the wiring and rerouting it.
I don't know about that part.
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Thanks Ollie. I will just have to try it and see.

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Yup, mine were longer just by rerouting them out from the inside of the riser, unplug them and get the slack out of all the bends and wrapping they do from factory. I extended the brake line for piece of mind, but you should be fine if you are only going 1-2"
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have to reroute the wires

the throttle cable should be long enough
brake line just take some bends out of it and see how she goes
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Im gonna play with it and see what I can do. Thanks again. Any idea if it shipped Heiny??
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