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    These Levers Any Good?

    https://www.amazon.ca/Racing-Adjusta...sr=1-3-catcorr

    For $40 CDN ( approximately $27 USD) is it worth a gamble? Kinda hoping someone has tried these with success. It wouldn't surprise me if they were sold under 1/2 dozen different names too.

    Or, if someone could recommend some reliable, adjustable levers for a decent price?

    Thanks for reading.
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    Post 5058 in "What have you done to your TW today" a poster named Fire Up installed those levers and recommends them.

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    put on mine over a year ago. Very happy with them. You can adjust when clutch and break engage. well made.

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    I have those on my bike...love 'em.
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    Thanks, guys. They have been added to my cart.
    2017 TW200 -> Hand Guards-Chain-Foot Pegs-Skid Plate-Shifter-Grips-Mirrors-Fuel Filter-Fender-Levers

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    If ya can find some, Shims to go between the levers at the pivot, make up for a lot of inconsistent tollerances, of non-north-american made products.

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    These were perfect fit at the pivot fortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donzo View Post
    These were perfect fit at the pivot fortunately
    I bought two pair to put on a couple of our bikes from the link you provided me a while back. Put one pair on Scoob just before the Challis ride. Holy moly what a great change that was operating the clutch/brake. I'm gonna get more for all the bikes.

    As you mentioned, the adjustability of the throw/engagement points are awesome.
    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Nice, I look forward to receiving them in only 2-8 weeks!
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