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    Shift lever........???

    So, I did a search here and found many longer shift levers. But, they all look different with different shape/bend. But they are all aluminum, and prefer a steel one, not aluminum. Can someone post a link to a steel one that is longer that fits TWs...? Prefer cheaper price too...

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    There are two MSR levers that are popular, can't find the thread now but search here and you'll find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Pro 3 View Post
    This is what I bought;
    Amazon.com: IMS 317313 Flightline Folding Shift Lever: Automotive

    Works perfect and fits with the Ricochet skid plate too.

    It's longer than the other one I searched for on this sight. It's steel and folds.

    The only problem is that the bolt goes in from the top and is a bit tight to get the lever on, then the bolt started. If you have trouble, try grinding just a shade off the bolt, but I didn't need to. Once the bolt is fished in, it tightens up perfectly.
    Thats what I wanted, someone that has one, so I know it fits. The others I've looked at, for YZ 250 didn't look like it had enough offset to work without hitting the case. I "DID" search, and read everything about them. Nothing was tested as far as steel, only aluminum ones. Anyway, could you tell me about how much longer this lever is compared to the stock TW one. I need about 3/4" inch longer or more before I order it.

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    Do you know for "sure" this will fit without hitting the case? Or, did you just hear it from someone. I do prefer this price, plus my funds are in my PayPal account...

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    Good info here:

    https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...ft-levers.html

    Also a couple of links within the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbm View Post
    Good info here:

    https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...ft-levers.html

    Also a couple of links within the thread.
    Yeah, thanks. But like I said, I read that thread and all the links within it. All aluminum is what is there pretty much. Hmm, what ta do..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Pro 3 View Post
    I'll take some photos and post 'em for you here...
    Give me a few minutes or so.

    If you have the skid plate I mentioned, you can't go longer. Also, it doesn't stick out as far as stock.


    ***EDIT***
    Here are photos;
    First, a measurement of the new lever from the mount to the tip of the folding part;


    close-up of the clearance between the shifter and the skid plate;


    Top view showing how tight it snugs in to the motor/skid plate. Nothing hanging out to snag!


    Side view
    Cool, thanks. If you have the stock lever, could you lay it on top and take pics so I could get a better idea what the difference is? I'm really sorry to be a pain in the ass, but looks like it doesn't stick out as far like you said. So, that may not work for me. Only if you want to. Please take your time if you do, I don't need it right away.

    Sorry, and thank you. I really appreciate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Werloc View Post
    Yeah, thanks. But like I said, I read that thread and all the links within it. All aluminum is what is there pretty much. Hmm, what ta do..
    Look at posts #29 and 30 here:

    https://tw200forum.com/forum/general-...shifter-3.html

    Both are IMS steel levers, one very close to stock and one longer than stock. One should work for you.
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    Woof, is it made of gold???

    Here look.

    IMS Flightline Shifter Shift Lever Pedal Honda TRX400EX 400EX 2011 2012 2013 | eBay

    And there's about 8 of the one for YZ250 for $250.00

    Holy crap...!!!
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