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Augie

Augie over on the motokruser site they where getting tecknical about the mufflers and the pipes you might enjoy that site I think it was about 3 months ago ......

recently I found a nice bike break handel that fit my hand great I pulled off that trashy clutch pull and replaced it the only trouble is the clutch pull will not lock but a rubber band will hold it if I need it.

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try1897

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clutch handle

Cookie the first thing I did to modify my bike was to trash the cheeze clutch handle and find a nice one that was metal . Then I just drilled the holes in it to match the old one and installed the triger lock part off the old one onto the new one . It work fine . I used a carter pin to hold the triger in place and vuala de do da on the road again ............Tom in WV
 
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atcspaul

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Augie over on the motokruser site they where getting tecknical about the mufflers and the pipes you might enjoy that site I think it was about 3 months ago ......

recently I found a nice bike break handel that fit my hand great I pulled off that trashy clutch pull and replaced it the only trouble is the clutch pull will not lock but a rubber band will hold it if I need it.

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i keep a couple zip ties in my bag and they are great if you have a problem and have to keep clutch in. i use a break handle and notice it works alot better then what came with the kit and the zip tie makes it perfect
 

azbill

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this is a very old thread...
Augi already has one
so do I and it works great
was easy to adjust front and rear seperately
motorbike mike had the observation that if it failed you would be left with no brakes at all !!!
a valid thought but I still like mine
(drum in front, v-brake on rear)
 

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