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post #121 of 169 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 12:21 PM
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along with turn signals. They are drying right now for the 5 coats of UV-resistant clearcoat i put on them. They are flipped over....so they are the right pieces.

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Mine came in last week black on black. Havent decided if I want to keep them as a spare or sell them...... But they do look really good.

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post #127 of 169 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 08:52 PM
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Just installed mine.

Great quality although you do have to tighten the bolts on them.

Love the adjustable clutch lever. Well thought of, my friends didn't believe they were $30.
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Only if shipping doesnt take so long! Cant wait to get mine.
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Only if shipping doesnt take so long! Cant wait to get mine.
only took about 10 days to get mine

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I got mine but how do you install them? It came with shoddy instructions. Any tips or tricks to installing them?

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I got mine but how do you install them? It came with shoddy instructions. Any tips or tricks to installing them?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I99KsCeNho
It's really easy but just make sure when installing the brake lever that the master cylinder rod fits into the hole in the bushing on the brake lever. The bushing can spin inside the lever so if you look in there and can't see a hole use something to spin it until you find it. Then make sure that rod is seated in the hole when installing or your brakes will lock up while your riding like mine did.

But all the install takes is removing the bolt that holds the lever on and install the new ones.

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We just ordered these same levers for the womans 2012 gixxer and man they fit 100x better than the ones on my 600rr... not sure why
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dont forget to look around, they sell ones that fold on impact as well.. i put those on my track bike it was an extra 10 or 20 bucks for the set.

worked great when my buddy dropped it LoL

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i crashed my bike with these levers and they held up good
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shipping does take a while, its been 2 wks and till now i dont have a tracking number! the agony!
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dont forget to look around, they sell ones that fold on impact as well.. i put those on my track bike it was an extra 10 or 20 bucks for the set.

worked great when my buddy dropped it LoL
yep. See my post 124.

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Got mine the other week and they took about two weeks.

I also got the black on black ... they look nice!

The packaging was pretty cool as well :D

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came in just today!! so excited to install them! will add clear coat and powder coat later on once fading starts.

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post #140 of 169 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 12:30 PM
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Ahh 3 weeks and no levers. Hurry up!
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only took about 10 days to get mine
Did you order them off of the website or ebay?

anyone seeing a difference in shipping times between the two?
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Did you order them off of the website or ebay?

anyone seeing a difference in shipping times between the two?
I'm at the website and Monday will be 3 full weeks.
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Just got them, took two minutes to install. Just need to tighten up my clutch cable a bit.
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was the fitment good 49er?
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I got mine but how do you install them? It came with shoddy instructions. Any tips or tricks to installing them?
There is only one bolt that holds the lever in place. Remove the nut off the back, twist out the bolt with a flat head.

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was the fitment good 49er?
Yah man I had no issues. I'll try them out today but in the garage they seemed to work just fine.
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Just walked past my bike in the garage last night... noticed that my black levers/adjusters have faded to more of a bronze color... not sure how this happened since my bike is always garaged when it's not being ridden
Oh well, I have a powder coater so I'll probably PC them gloss black this winter when I start on my huge list of other things to do to the bike

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Ordered a set myself after a great review from a local.

Went silver to avoid fading BS and maintain a semi OEM look, with gold adjusters to accent shock, exhaust silencer, just tie it all in together.

They do engraving too for a whopping $5, so I chose "So Far Away" on the clutch lever, subtle song title from A7X to those whom we've lost, always nice to tie something like that in and I felt it was perfect and subtle that way!

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Finally!



The engraving mentioned above-



Perfect!-


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Re: the2wheels levers review

I ordered a set from these guys last year and love them! Probably going to order another set for my GF's bike too.
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