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check out this set of folding chinese levers for $38

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I am interested to see how they are

Current ride: 1986 TRX250R with lots of mods.

Have owned: 1981 ATC250R with lots of mods, 1983 200X, 1986 250SX, 1991 KDX200

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Actually just got them on sat. Pics later they are nicely made however they do not retain the factory KTM (Brembo) finger adjusters on the levers so I won't be running them. Good for spare though

 

Nicely machined, finish looks good, spring cover feels like cheap plastic and spring action isn't great but what do you want for 38 bucks.

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w00t! ordered a set from the OP's link

Can't friggin wait!

 

edit: oh and what's wrong with ASV other than the price?

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Sorry for the delays, here's a couple pics I'll have a video review todwards the end of the week!

 

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Edited by Arctic Pride

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Thanks for sharing, always wondered about these. When I had to replace my Works Elite clutch lever that part alone was over $20!!

Would love to see some durability testing but I think I may end up just doing it myself, atleast on the Front brake side of things.

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My order was accurate and quick to arrive. No durability report yet. I agree the spring cover is flimsy but I think these would still operate if it was removed or broken off. The adjuster screw feels like the threads are not fully engaged, I can rock it back an forth a little bit. Haven't taken it apart for inspection though. Quality is very good, well worth the price.

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I bought ones for my YZF.

Very well made, good looking.

The day after I installed them, I had a pretty bad crash. Clutch lever is a bit scratched on the tip, but has done his job. Pretty solid.

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