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Old 07-13-2010, 05:47 AM   #5
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Lever for Fast Times on the Ridgemont Trail

Hopefully the new lever will make it easier on Mr. Hand....
No advice just liked the movie reference in your post. Saw that flick a million times as a youth....


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Originally Posted by riisor
Argh! only 3 days old and I dropped my bike. I need to replace the clutch lever. Should I simply replace it with factory unit or is there a preferred aftermarket replacement? Is this repair simple for a newbie cheeze like me (my fathers a radio repair man --he 's got an excellent set of tools!)

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