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Old 03-02-2009, 10:17 PM   #1
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Pazzo Lever Part Help

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Old 03-02-2009, 10:27 PM   #2
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if i am correct...don't you use the bearings from your stock levers? i did that for my r6
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:28 PM   #3
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hummmm... i guess I could check into that but I dont know if thats right..
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i had one bearing on mine, had to take them off the stock levers. I am assuming thats what your supposed to do as well.
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Hmm. Those for your R1? I have them on my R6S and I am fairly sure all the R6/R6S/R1 use the same Pazzo's....could be wrong. I only used one bearing from my stock lever to install mine though.
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nope that isnt the same on the r1 still on the search
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nope that isnt the same on the r1 still on the search
hmm. it may have been the fz then. i know my pazzo box said some complete other yamaha model bike, but turns out several models are the same.

make sure and read those instructions carefully, they listed exactly what to do.
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nope there is nothing on the bottom side of my stock levers..
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there are no instructions I bought them used from r1-forum.com
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well looking at your avatar..it says you got a 04 r1. the bearing comes from the stock levers. i took my levers from my 04 r1 and put them on my 06 r6 with no problem at all. i didn't see what year your r1 was when i posted my first post.
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no they are on the pazzos not the stock r1 levers.. the bearings are for the adjuster to pivot and click.. stock levers do not have that
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not sure then man. i suggest calling pazzo directly and asking them. i have never dealt with them but i have been told they have amazing customer support.
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Didn't read the post correctly, gave ill advice, good luck finding part

Try and contact pazzo or a dealer
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WHOA! Wait....that looks like where the clickers go for the adjuster. is your levers missing the adjusters?????
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no i have the adjusters they are complete they are just bearings,under the adjusters
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Man, I hope you got those for super cheap mang. Did he say you could buy them from a dealer or somethin????
according to corey's post here he said they don't sale just the parts.

i would get ahold of the seller there and tell him you want a refund since he sold you levers that were missing parts. if all else fails you might try pm'ing gsxcorey and explaining the situation and see if he can help you out for a small price.
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no i have the adjusters they are complete they are just bearings,under the adjusters
weird....did you possibly lose them removing the adjusters or were they like that when you got them?
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thats the lever haha its complete guys I got the set for 60 dollars shipped. its missing a little bearing that the adjuster moves on and clicks
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