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Old 01-30-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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You can adjust the clutch lever hegith right???

You can adjust how high or low the lever sits on the bar cant you? I got new levers put on and I love them but it feels like they left the clutch lever sitting lower than the stock level. My brake lever is even with my bar but my clutch is lower and it feels awkward
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the bracket that holds the levers to the bars works like a clamp. loosen the two allen head bolts on that clamp and you will be able to twist the lever to where you would like it. when you tighten the bolts back, make sure you do it evenly, so either side of the bracket isn't pinching the bar.
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the bracket that holds the levers to the bars works like a clamp. loosen the two allen head bolts on that clamp and you will be able to twist the lever to where you would like it. when you tighten the bolts back, make sure you do it evenly, so either side of the bracket isn't pinching the bar.


Awesome. Thank You
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