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Thread: Clutch lever

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicknstripn View Post
    If anyone sends me a broken Buell part I’ll fix it. Free of charge.
    Just don’t expect an OEM finish.

    JB weld and ingenuity can take you further than fat pockets!
    I’ll send you the Pirellis from my 1125. I’m not expecting an OEM finish but better.

    Your pal,
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    I think we have a bunch of people who go through a thinking process of the following

    Well, it's broken right now, what's the worse thing that can happen if I attempt to fix it myself
    It might end up still broken
    Cool nothing to lose
    Now what do I have in my garage to begin

    LOL
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    I bought a well-used '08 Uly that had a very well-used clutch lever. The pivot hole was egged out to almost the edge of the lever!

    I bought another used clutch lever and perch off eBay. Cleaned up the lever, added a dab of grease, and it's good-to-go!



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