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The gear shift lever on my DRZk is positioned so I have to really point my to down to shift. Anyone have a replacement suggestion that might solve this ergonomic problem?

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I can do that but then I would have to leave off the counter shaft sprocket cover. That or fabricate a little-

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the extended lever (baja designs) works great on my size 10s.

Any idea of the part number for that extended gear lever?

My boot is size 14 and I would love a longer lever, cant find it on their website.

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Is the extension forwards? Or more out to the side?

I had to move mine down from the original position because it was too high.

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If yours is up too much take it off and reposition it. The shift lever is longer than stock. It has been bent a few times on rocks. Here is my long lever:

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