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    Arrow Extended shift lever, ancillary accessories,

    I took delivery of my 2015 TW200 yesterday, and the farkelization process has started.

    Where is the best place to obtain an extended shift lever? Other parts required? Toe extensions?

    I will have many more questions, but I want to nail this down first.
    TIA,
    Howard
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    procycle, partzilla, ebay, search this forum for more
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    It seems like most of the stuff I found via eBay or Amazon actually came from Rocky Mountain ATV. They were great to deal with.
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    I buy everything from Amazon or ebay. OEM parts from RockyMountainATV. Amazon is a 3rd party seller for most vendors at discounted prices 95% of the time.

    This is the shift lever I bought. It's about 1/2 to 5/8" longer than stock. I can check later for exact size compared to stock later if you like. Just let me know. Keep in mind, aluminum levers will break once bent back more than 1 time. I'd get a steel one.....

    http://IMS 313114 Flightline Folding..._S5Jovb0W6G574


    Congrats on the bike, and welcome to the forum.
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    Werloc,
    The bike is all giggles. It is my in town/urban/country commuter
    I think I am about to become one with either the mixture control or jets.
    But I am going to ride it for a while before I start scraping knuckles.
    Ride safe,
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    Werloc,
    According Amazon, that part number will not fit on a 2015 TW200.
    Hmmmm. Could there have been a change from previous years?

    Amazon.com: IMS 313114 Flightline Folding Shift Lever: Automotive
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    Amazon will say that because the TW specifically is not listed on the packaging, it'll fit perfect, many people on here use that one.
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    Correct, Amazon is saying that because it is NOT the exact replacement. It's longer, that's why they say that. Yes, it fits. It's the same one I bought, and mine said the same thing. They said the same thing when I got bars, grips, chain, mirrors, tire, etc. No worries, I wouldn't steer ya wrong. If I wasn't 100% sure, I wouldn't post....
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