My stock handlebars are in the neutral position in the bracket on the triple clamp and I like them in that position.
However, the Left hand switch assembly on the handlebar is rotated too far down making it a PITA to reach the blinkers.
Upon disassembling the switch I find a hole drilled in the handlebar and a brass stud in the switch assembly preventing the switch assembly from being rotated on the handlebar.
Is this stud serving any purpose other than to locate the switch assembly? I wondered because as it is brass it might be grounding something. Not sure why they went to all this trouble. It's not like there are big forces in operating the switch so as to require it to be pinned to the handlebar. The stud won't pull or twist out (with moderate force) with vice grips and I would like to remove it if it is not needed. What do you folks know about this?