Question about Honda VFR 800 ABS Motorcycles
Remove nut from bottom. Remove/pull bolt from top. Remove old lever. Replace spacer/plunger from stock lever in the 2ND hole (the one that you're previously removed bolt DID NOT come from), this is to line up the pressure pins. Line up the lever. Replace the bolt and do a mock pull to make sure the lever is in place. You should feel pressure. Tighten everything up. repeat on next side! All you'll need it a ratchet, the right size socket.
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