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ASV: Solo Sag Scale – Set Motorcycle Sag Alone

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Motorcycle Solo Sag Scale

ASV Inventions’ patented Solo Sag Scale is a suspension sag measurement tool that off-road riders can use by themselves, without wrangling a friend’s help.

Another innovative invention from a company best known for its folding control levers, ASV’s sag-measurement tool mounts to bikes using a universal rubber plug that fits most every off-road motorcycle rear axle.

The top of the unit has a clamp that mounts to the rear fender or number plate, giving the unit a firm grip.

This eliminates the need for outside assistance, and ensures that the bike’s measurement points are identical every time it’s measured. The Sag Scale displays exact measurements, eliminating the need to scribble numbers and calculate static sag.

The Solo Sag Scale is CNC-manufactured from 6061 aluminum alloy with anodized and precision laser-etched measurement numbers for accuracy and years of use. The tool’s telescoping design allows it to compress down to 15-3/4 in. and comes with a heavy-duty plastic case, for transportation and storage among other tools without risking scratches or damage.

The $125 Solo Sag Scale is 100 percent U.S.-made and comes with an unconditional 5-year unconditional guarantee from ASV.

For more information about ASV’s Solo Sag Scale, control levers and other products, log on to ASVinventions.com.

ASV Inventions Solo Sag Scale – At a Glance:

  • No assistance required to use
  • Precision, exact measurement
  • Mounts to motorcycle
  • Telescoping design
  • CNC-machined 6061 aluminum alloy
  • All parts anodized
  • Measurement numbers and logo laser-etched in
  • Collapses down to 15-3/4″ when not in use
  • Made in the USA
  • U.S. patent number: 07874080
  • 5-year unconditional guarantee
  • Retail price: $125.00

 

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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