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Clutch Lever

Someone managed to knock over my T and I need a new clutch lever. Luckily nothing else damaged apart from a scuff on the bar end. Am I right in thinking a Ducati lever is the same

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AND has a cheaper list price or did I dream that ?You can buy patern levers for much less than the Aprilia one. problem you may have is getting the little brass adjuster out of the old lever. For some strange reason it does not come with the lever. It is a bugger to remove and if you do not set it right then you can get clutch slip.,,

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AND has a cheaper list price or did I dream that ?You can buy patern levers for much less than the stroke one. problem you may have is getting the little brass adjuster out of the old lever. For some strange reason it does not come with the lever. It is a bugger to remove and if you do not set it right then you can get clutch slip.,,

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