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Old 01-02-2006, 01:16 AM   #1
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Handlebar levers

OK. so i go to a freind of a freinds house after work on new years eve in baytown and to make a long story short some drops my bike on the ground busts the clutch lever and scratches the clutch cover and some paint while i was in the apartment and not 1 of the 3 would fess up that was out there. :BangHead:

But anyways ive got some new levers ordered and was wondering is there anything special about putting them on. ive heard people say to make sure you dont over tighten them. Thanks in advance
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What bike do you have?
Typically pretty staight forward. Lube the bolt where it goes through the lever, be careful not to jam / break the brake switch or clutch switch during install. Tighten the bolt / screw first than tighten the jam nut.
If you need the levers I have them for most bikes in stock: $11.00 to $24.00 each depending on the bike.

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05 busa. what type of lube for the bolt should i use. also just about ready for the zg sheild
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Old 01-03-2006, 06:56 PM   #4
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thanks Patrick. that was easier than i was making it out to be
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