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Old 03-23-2014, 04:54 AM   #61
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:42 AM   #62
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Yeppp. Clutch hand hurts like a B in traffic. Cant let go, cant squeeze all the way, ahhhhh.
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The other one has more movement of a clutch control than a squeeze ball.

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Yeppp. Clutch hand hurts like a B in traffic. Cant let go, cant squeeze all the way, ahhhhh.
ahh, I felt this coming on during the MSF course, it does feel like a beeetch holding on to that clutch hahha thanks for the advice!!!!!
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ahh, I felt this coming on during the MSF course, it does feel like a beeetch holding on to that clutch hahha thanks for the advice!!!!!
shorty levers helps with this, plus you'll get used to it after thousands of miles.
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shorty levers helps with this, plus you'll get used to it after thousands of miles.
any particular ones you would recommend?
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Depends. Do you mind quality or just care if it works? Ebay/Chinese stuff works. 20-40$ . ASV, CRG, etc name brands... 100-200$. They all work. Quality depends on the price.
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Huh shorty levers increases the effort you have to pull. You lose the leverage the shorter you go
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Depends. Do you mind quality or just care if it works? Ebay/Chinese stuff works. 20-40$ . ASV, CRG, etc name brands... 100-200$. They all work. Quality depends on the price.

I have been using flebay levers and they work just fine. The quality showed though but what kind of finishes do you expect from a $40 levers.

One thing I gotta say, get the foldable ones if you can and pick a lighter color suck as titanium or silver bc other colors such as red and black will fade under the sun.
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I have ebay ones. Works fine. But has play and have to tighten screws every so often.. asv's have less play and just feels snug.
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yes I know how leverage and fulcrum works. I meant she doesn't have man hands and it'll be hard reaching the levers in the first place, so the shorter the levers, the easier. gigitty
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any particular ones you would recommend?
my ebay ones work just fine and I've been using using for over a year and not sure why people are saying things about tightening it as I never had a single problem. only thing is its not black anymore, its now gunmetal but who really cares what EXACT shade of black color your levers are lmao

make sure it's for your model bike and if not sure, ask the seller first. it's a pain returning overseas items that aren't even worth much in the first place.
the ebay seller username I bought mine is saveyourbuy
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