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Thread: C5 Series Sport Brake Lever (#BRC541) and C5 Series Sport Clutch Lever (#CRC555)

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    C5 Series Sport Brake Lever (#BRC541) and C5 Series Sport Clutch Lever (#CRC555)

    A friend is getting rid of the above levers. Would anybody know if they may be a direct fit for the TW200. Thank you for the help.20180823_231804_resized.jpg
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    Probably not.
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    They look nice but kinda long compared to what's stock on a TW. At least from your picture. Most folks who change from stock go smaller.

    Is you friend getting rid of them to get shorty's for whatever bike he/she has instead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stagewex View Post
    They look nice but kinda long compared to what's stock on a TW. At least from your picture. Most folks who change from stock go smaller.

    Is you friend getting rid of them to get shorty's for whatever bike he/she has instead?
    No, he’s getting rid of leftover parts from a previous Italian bike. And yes they prob are long.

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