|Posted on Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 11:54 am: ||
I broke my clutch lever. I fell over in the garage. :-(
I put the kick stand down a little too vigorously and it bounced right back up all on its own. By the time I realized what was happening I was too far past the balance point to arrest the downward movement.
I started snooping around on ebay for a replacement. No luck on an OEM lever but there are millions of nice looking aftermarket adjustable billet ones from China. I'm looking at the "long" ones not the "short" ones.
I have to assume all OEM levers on all bikes manufactured today come from somewhere in China so I'm not worried much about the quality but fitment may be a concern since replacement Buell levers would be a low quantity outlier for these bulk Chinese manufacturers. Also all the pics on ebay show the clutch lever for a cable operated clutch. They could be generic pictures but just to be sure...
I was hoping someone here on the BadWeb has tried them and can offer a review and maybe a link of a successful experience.
(Message edited by pwillikers on October 23, 2021)
|Posted on Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 09:48 pm: ||
EBR or LAP may still have a few. Cant remember what I paid for mine but they are very nice and a guaranteed fit.
|Posted on Sunday, October 24, 2021 - 01:51 am: ||
For what it's worth. I put short levers on after similar incident. Got'm off eBay. Being as the front brake is a "two finger" thing short levers help. And clutch vacuum assist makes that side nice too.