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Old 01-08-2014, 09:08 PM   #1
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Smile Check these bad boys out

Foldable, expandable, adjustable, replaceable, affordable, T-6061 alum w/ stainless steel hardware, AND made in the USA!

Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited hooked me up with a set today! PM him for details and pricing. They come in all kinds of colors but I decided to keep it clean and simple with all black. Enjoy
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dumb question: what's the benefit of it being foldable?
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Old 01-09-2014, 10:24 AM   #10
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More crash friendly. Congrats on the pickup. Patrick has had success with these for years. Awesome investment.
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When you crash they fold instead break. So if you ride the twists I highly recommend. But for racing and TD's I like the stock ones. They are so comfortable and chip I always have an extra set in my tool box in case I crash.
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Not really crash friendly...more like knocked my bike over friendly. Most of the time a bike is crashed, it's done for and levers are the least of the worry....
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Foldable, expandable, adjustable, replaceable, affordable, T-6061 alum w/ stainless steel hardware, AND made in the USA!

Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited hooked me up with a set today! PM him for details and pricing. They come in all kinds of colors but I decided to keep it clean and simple with all black. Enjoy
Schweet....wonder if they're made for mine?
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what are they? Convertibars or brake/cluth levers?
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I've had a couple sets.. they are great for the price but watch out for fading!
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They're Moto Zen levers.
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I've never seen one fade, are you certain they were Moto Zen?
If so, shoot some pics to my e mail along with when/where you bought them.
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If so, shoot some pics to my e mail along with when/where you bought them.
I'm quite sure the lever bodies were... though it is possible that the tips had been replaced, as they were the parts that faded most dramatically. I had a set of green and red tips that faded to light-lime and pink.

Either way they worked quite well, but I have since sold the bikes they were on.

.... Maybe I should look into a black set for the 'blade?
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Lookin' good Gary!

Patrick, do they sell the little screw that holds the two pieces together?
I lost mine when I laid the SV down?
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