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    Junior Member Knightowl's Avatar
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    After taking a tiny spill yesterday, I snapped off half of my brake control lever. So I started looking for an aftermarket replacement and found these:



    http://www.sixsixone.com/v1-mdx.aspx



    http://asvinventions.com/Unbreakable-Levers



    Has anyone experimented with these? Has anyone used any other brand of "Unbreakable" contol levers on their T-Dub? Sunline only makes levers for the following Yamaha motorcycles: (What would be the best fit?)

    YZ 85 (02-11)

    YZ 125 (01-07)

    YZ 250 (01-07)

    YZ 250F (01-06)

    WR 250F (01-05)

    YZ 426 (01-02)

    WR 426 (01-02)

    YZ 450F (03-07)

    WR 450F (03-05)



    Thanks for your thoughts and inputs!

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    Watch out for some aftermarket dirtbike levers. They often don't have the little cam gizmo that actuates the brake light and clutch safety switches, nor do they have a means of adding a switch.



    Nothing worse than buying high rent adjustable levers and finding out you've lost your brake lights.



    A lot of the stock type YZ direct replacement levers will fit our perches, but again make sure they have the switch engagement cams.



    A set of decent hand guards solves the broken lever problem permanently and for a lot less munny.



    Just sayin'.



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    Don't get those just get hand guards.

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    Hi Knightowl,



    take a look on the following links, there you will find a list with bikes with the same levers:

    Brake lever (drum)

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...922-00-00.html



    Brake lever (disk)

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...922-00-00.html



    Clutch lever

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...912-00-00.html

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...912-00-00.html

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