Be-aware, the Newer "Round" Master Cylinder Brake Lever is a different part number than older "Rectangular" Master Cylinder....NOT interchangeable !Looking for a stock set of brake and clutch hand levers for my ride. Everything seems to be good but a bit scratched on the brake side. Shipping would be to New Jersey 08824. Thank you.
I would have to say they are polished aluminum.Are your levers chromed or just polished aluminum?
Mine were chromed, but I broke the end off my clutch lever.
When I got a replacement, it was just polished aluminum.
Up until then I did not know there were two different finishes.
Tom, I should have two sets. Need to shuffle my worktable and dig them out.Anyone have a set of hand levers that are willing to let go of?
OK. When you get time let me know about the newer set. My present set has been down also so I prefer the newer set if they are available. I just saw some on FleaBay if you don't find your set but I rather deal with forum members if possible. I am not in a super rush. If you locate that set shoot me a price with shipping to 08824 (NJ). Thanks.Tom, I should have two sets. Need to shuffle my worktable and dig them out.
One set has been down and ground on some, the other set is new with about 100 miles on them. I did see the package today and I think they are Emgo.
I bought new stockers (emgo), then found a super deal on a pair of Kury wide chrome levers.
Yeah, you better be pretty sure you know what you are talking about if you disagree with the Wolfman when it comes to anything related to motorcycles. He can be a cantankerous old [email protected], but I suspect he has forgotten more about motorcycles than I will ever know. :wink2:I remember arguing with Wolfie cause I forgot and put a 92 master on mine.damn did I feel bad that day.