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(Clutch lever packaging): A set of hand guards and accessory kits. Does not include installation instructions.
(CNC aluminum alloy): 100% brand new, durable, easy to install, there are many colors to choose from, black, blue, red, gold, orange, gray, green, shiny surface coating and fine surface treatment It is very beautiful, fashionable, beautiful and eye-catching, perfectly showing the elegant style of the model.
(Brake clutch guard) Purpose: For street riders, it can also prevent hitting the car's rearview mirror or other road hazards. If you hit another rider or other objects, the protection device can protect your front brake from accidentally biting.
INSTALL NOTE: Please check the Levers "title" or "products description" to make sure that this model type and model year work for your bike before ordering。
WHY LEVER CAN'T FIT ：The biggest possibility is that your lever has ever damaged before, when the repair store not have this brand stock lever, they will used another universal perch and lever replace your stock one. So when you choose the right model and year, the lever will still not fit your new perch. If you have this situation please contact us, we will help you solve it.
Universal Fit For 7/8" 22mm Handlebar Sport Street Bikes With 14-16mm Or 18-19mm Bar End Openings.
(Will not fit handle bars with less than 14mm internal diameter) Installation note: There is no need to directly replace and replace the original brake clutch lever. (Some components or the shell of the original handle may be needed to complete the installation. If this happens, please install it patiently and thank you.)
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