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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Need Clutch Lever

I have an 85 VN750 and my wife dropped the bike and broke the clutch lever. Can anyone tell me the best place to find a replacement? I searched ebay with no luck.

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I got the Kuryakyn chrome wide levers from ebay when I got my bike. The chrome looks great and they were an exact fit, easy to install too.

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I read a review on CruiserCustomizing on the Kuryakyn chrome wide levers from a person with an 85 like mine and they said the clutch lever fit fine but the break lever didn't because they were designed for the 91 and later models.

I don't want to buy both if I can't use the brake lever. I'm hoping I can find just the clutch lever but if I can't then I won't have any choice as I can't use the bike now the way it is.

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Try J C Whitney, that's where I got my wide levers.

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Try Ron Ayers. The part number is 46092-1151.

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Looks like they want $27.08 for a new clutch lever.

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"http://www.cyclepartsnation.com/pages/parts/viewbybrand/default.aspx"

(Sorry, can't post the link -- Don't have enough posts to my name yet. :-) )

This is the website that I used to find a good many parts after an unscheduled dismount. There are a few places a few dollars cheaper, but all in all, it is worth it knowing that the parts are stock. Just enter your bike year, and model and the rest is just clicking on the parts you want.
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www.flandersco.com

Left Lever - Flanders Part # 402-25402

$20 (and some change)
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I've got a spare OEM from the bike I'm parting out, and I may have a spare wide lever that I accidentally bought. Shoot me a pm - I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.

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I read a review on CruiserCustomizing on the Kuryakyn chrome wide levers from a person with an 85 like mine and they said the clutch lever fit fine but the break lever didn't because they were designed for the 91 and later models.

I don't want to buy both if I can't use the brake lever. I'm hoping I can find just the clutch lever but if I can't then I won't have any choice as I can't use the bike now the way it is.

Thanks
Dan
Sorry, didn't realize they didn't have the brake lever available for the 1st generation master cylinder. Good luck.

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