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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-02-2007, 01:45 PM Thread Starter
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Levers????

Was wondering if anyone knew if the brake and clutch levers off of any other Kawisaki will work on our vulcans????

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Short answer...NO.

I think the clutch lever may work off some models..and there might be some that the brake lever will work from , but don't know what model and what year.
I know someone did a part comparison once, perhaps they will have more info...

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You're in a very tight market for the Brake lever since only the 85-90 (or 91) have the rectangular master cyclinders, after that they switched to the round ones. Putting the wrong one on will keep your brake lights on.

46092-1150 is the brake lever

If you change out the Master Cylinder though it opens up a better variety of levers.
The clutch lever isn't as picky though and I know even a goldwing clutch lever works for the VN750

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I know that a Kury clutch lever will work but the brake lever isn't even close. I bought a set from a local shop and they didn't specifically list anything for a VN750. But we tried a set anyway. No such luck for the brake lever.
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levers that work

I use these on my 95 and like the wider grip they provide.

http://www.jcwhitney.com/Motorcycle-.../600014748.jcw
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Thanks for the answers guys!!! I found a couple sets I liked in motosport and was hoping.I might have to look into a mastercylinder swap.........

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