Replacement Chrome adjustable brake/clutch levers?


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Replacement Chrome adjustable brake/clutch levers?

Post by NOVAwing » Mon May 07, 2018 12:13 pm



Hi Guys,
New Wing onwer here!

I bought that blue one I posted about this past Saturday.

Now the work begins.

The good news is pumping out the gas and adding new fuel + seafoam + new AGM battery it started and I was able to get it out to mt parking space to start working on it slowly.

It has a badly bent brake lever, also it and the clutch are a bit of a stretch for my hands.

I plan to add Kurykan chrome grips cause I love those and had some on my previous Suzuki Burgman.

I am looking for some chrome adjustable levers to replace my brake and clutch levers.

I tried searching but did not find any threads with answers.

I've read the issues with aftermarket levers not hitting the switches or not allowing clutch to disengage ect. I want to avoid all that and get the right stuff that works properly if at all possible.

What do you all recommend?

Thanks,
Novawing



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Re: Replacement Chrome adjustable brake/clutch levers?

Post by WingAdmin » Sun May 13, 2018 5:17 pm

Kuryakin made adjustable GL1500 levers a while back, but they haven't been available for a while. You might find some used somewhere, perhaps.

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Re: Replacement Chrome adjustable brake/clutch levers?

Post by NOVAwing » Thu May 17, 2018 10:02 am

WingAdmin wrote:
Sun May 13, 2018 5:17 pm
Kuryakin made adjustable GL1500 levers a while back, but they haven't been available for a while. You might find some used somewhere, perhaps.
Thank you for the reply sir.

You are a mighty resource!

I went with OEM type for now, just have to live with the slight stretch for my fingers. Already got replacement brake lever to replace the bent all to hell black one that's on the bike right now.

See my main thread for updates.

Thanks,

NOVAwing

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