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    Anyone Have Shorty Levers

    I saw a few old threads about shorty levers that fit and they all seemed to lead nowhere. Does anyone have shorty levers on their TW or know where to find them. I’m looking for plug and play. Don’t really want to swap anything else out. I know they’re no substitute for barkbusters. Just want to explore options. Thanks and cheers
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    I bought some adjustable shorty Chinese made levers off Ebay, they fit well and I like using them. Problem is the cable / lever dust protection boot thingy doesn’t fit the new levers. Not sure how to “resolve” that issue.


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    Thanks for this! How do you like the utility/use? Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerflorida View Post
    Thanks for this! How do you like the utility/use? Cheers
    I like the facts that I can easily reach and operate them with 2 fingers, and the clearance between levers and the Tusk hand guards is such that my winter gloves don’t get hung up on guard. I like how they feel and work.

    I would replace with the stock levers just to be able to use the rubber boots otherwise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Howsbentley View Post
    I bought some adjustable shorty Chinese made levers off Ebay, they fit well and I like using them. Problem is the cable / lever dust protection boot thingy doesn’t fit the new levers. Not sure how to “resolve” that issue.


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    Can you post a few pictures ?
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    I just cut my clutch lever off about halfway and bent/filed what was left. Very comfortable two-finger use.

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    Nice. The zero cost is right up my alley. I’d sure appreciate a picture. And any info about what you used to cut and bend it. Thanks for this and cheers.

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    I just cut my clutch lever off about halfway and bent/filed what was left. Very comfortable two-finger use.
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    My bike jumped over in the driveway and broke the lever. I filed the sharp edges off then put heat tubing over it.
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    Lucky break lol
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