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So i called my local yamaha dealer for a new brake lever for my 07 ttr 230. I gave them the part # which they confirmed and then said it would be 50 bucks. Now where do i get a brake lever. Will one from a WR or YZF250 work. Thanks.

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Even a dealer should carry aftermarket levers, which should run less than $10. Yamaha parts are expensive. If not, they should be able to look it up in their catalog, have it in a day or two. Depends on the size and quality of your dealer too, though.

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Check out motosport.com and it will be way cheaper than $50

unfortunatly motosport.com does not have a ttr 230 brake lever.

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yea i actually cant find one either. well instead of getting shafted, you can ditch the stupid neutral switch thing on the clutch perch by cutting the wires and taping them together and buy one of these.

http://www.rockymountainatv.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&navTitle=Control&webTypeId=189&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=11631

or hey, if your planning on spending 50$ why not get one of these

http://www.rockymountainatv.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&navTitle=Control&webTypeId=189&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=9420

oh yea P. S if you do tape the two wires together just be careful because it will start in gear.

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i dont think that will work i need a hydrolic brake lever that has the little attachment that pushes the button in.

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yea i actually cant find one either. well instead of getting shafted, you can ditch the stupid neutral switch thing on the clutch perch by cutting the wires and taping them together and buy one of these.

http://www.rockymountainatv.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&navTitle=Control&webTypeId=189&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=11631

or hey, if your planning on spending 50$ why not get one of these

http://www.rockymountainatv.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&navTitle=Control&webTypeId=189&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=9420

oh yea P. S if you do tape the two wires together just be careful because it will start in gear.

He's trying to find a brake lever, not a clutch lever or perch. Check the TT store for OEM parts or aftermarket ones, I'm 99.9% sure they will have something in stock very cheaply.

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If you don't kind the money then check out ASV levers. they come anodized in several different colors and are virtually unbreakable (with possibly a three year unlimited warranty? i think...)

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i can pick up brake levers (YZ85) at my local yamaha dealer for about $4 and clutch levers for about $6 i dunno why they Charge $50 where you are...

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+1 on Yamaha parts being expensive. The front axle nut on my 08 250F came off when I was riding one day, and when I went to replace it, they told me it was $12 :thumbsup:.

Motion Pro levers are fairly cheap though. Maybe they make one for your bike.

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So i called my local yamaha dealer for a new brake lever for my 07 ttr 230. I gave them the part # which they confirmed and then said it would be 50 bucks. Now where do i get a brake lever. Will one from a WR or YZF250 work. Thanks.

Actually, that's not too bad, if I understand that you want the rear brake lever (foot brake pedal).

We're $46.32, p/n 1C6-F7211-0000

http://oem.thumpertalk.com

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i can pick up brake levers (YZ85) at my local yamaha dealer for about $4 and clutch levers for about $6 i dunno why they Charge $50 where you are...

Like I said earlier, that is the difference between Yamaha parts and aftermarket. Yamaha is the one that sets the $50 price.

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