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    Senior Member joedirt1970's Avatar
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    Brock and Tdub would like to announce the latest addition. I found this for $19.99 in the clearance box. Just a heads up. This was listed as a shifter for a Honda. Fits the TW perfect. In fact, it fits $19.99 perfect.



    I took the TDub out for its first ride since the hybrid fork and oil cooler upgrade. It was only a ride to around town, but it still felt great. It seems like they always run better when they are clean...don't they? I couldn't help from showing her all nice and clean.























    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    Nice! folding shifters are a ride saver, ya done good there.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by r80rt View Post
    Nice! folding shifters are a ride saver, ya done good there.
    It was something on the 2ndary priority list. Just when you think you are done, you realize you want something else.



    I thought I was done after the hybrid forks and then Russ offered to bring an oil cooler. Then after putting on the oil cooler, then I realized I didn't want but i NEEDED a Ricochet or MSR skid plate to protect the oil cooler. After the skid plate and the other barkbuster/hand guard I should be done. At least for a week or two.
    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    Senior Member r80rt's Avatar
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    I'm with ya on that, I've got everything I want except a Lizard cooler, but that's next!
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    What's the brand on that shift lever?
    2010 TW - Easton bars & clamps, cyclerack (black), jimbo shield, acerbis steel gaurds, atv seat pad, custom skid plat, more upgrades soon

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    I have one too...its longer and a different angle than the tw one..its a huge improvement when shifting with boots on
    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Woodward,



    It is a sunline product. It is an alloy folding shift lever. They work great.
    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    Part # for the shifter?? Im looking to get a spare that fits good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small's View Post
    Part # for the shifter?? Im looking to get a spare that fits good.


    I bought a Honda CR shifter. The guys at the local moto shop said Honda and Yamahas tend to have the same diameter and thread on the shifting rod (can't think of the correct word).
    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
    Born on a Honda Z50, '78 YZ 80, '79 Husky WR 250

    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    XDAC......what brand of shifter did you use/get? & how much.....if ya don't mind?.

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