Sorry, didn't realize they didn't have the brake lever available for the 1st generation master cylinder. Good luck.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.
lol It's amazing how much stuff one can accumulate in only two years of wrenching...oh, of dropping bikes and having to replace half of everything. :doh: I am starting to see parts of the garage again, though, so things are looking up -- for the next project bike! Yeah!:rockon:Cindy's way cool to deal with; hit her up for what shes got, you won't regret it. :smiley_th
Hi DTTry J C Whitney, that's where I got my wide levers.
I think the best way to answer this question is comparing the stock original lever to a piece of 3/8" round stock and the wide levers to 1/2" flat stock, more lever in contact with the hand.What do you mean by a wide lever ?