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If anyone is interested in installing the Moose version of folding shift lever the part number is: 1602-0121. The application is Yamaha YZ-125 & YZ-250 (2005-2008). OEMCYCLE.com price is $29.95. Lever is a couple of inches longer (reaches farther forward) than stock and a nice improvement. The folding section is about the same as stock. The above part number / price is for the steel model.
 

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Could you please post a link of where you bought the shifter

Sorry for the post I should have read first
 

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Has anyone found a folding tip shifter that is the same size as the stock shifter? The above pics are of a shifter that is longer and also sticks out more. I would end up bending it for sure on my off road rides. Capt D.
 

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Has anyone found a folding tip shifter that is the same size as the stock shifter? The above pics are of a shifter that is longer and also sticks out more. I would end up bending it for sure on my off road rides. Capt D.
That's why I took mine off and went back to the stock one. I take the new one as a spare. Just in case.
 

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so my shifter was too short with new boots, and twisted like spaghetti....





(note the beautiful sine curve)



i was wary of snapping the aluminum shifter (though i assume they have thought of this at the design level, and built them for motocross racers with more demanding needs) so i opted for a oem steel shifter from a yz250.





link here



i need to 'relearn' how to shift as this one sticks out further, with the old one i had to cock my foot in towards the motor, now with that motion i miss the tip and hook the lever arm.









now much easier with my boots.



(megan fox's thumb provided for mr bracket's benefit
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Has anyone found a folding tip shifter that is the same size as the stock shifter? The above pics are of a shifter that is longer and also sticks out more. I would end up bending it for sure on my off road rides. Capt D.
The IMS lever is only about 1/2" longer and the tip does not stick out any further than the stocker, although the lever has a different profile.







 
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