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Old 08-03-2011, 08:04 AM
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How difficult is it to remove & install Brake & Clutch levers? I can not find it in service manual.

I want to put on black. Does anyone have black take-offs for sale?
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It's not that difficult to replace the levers. Loosen the clutch cable all the way. There is a pin that holds the levers in the perch. Use some snap ring pliers to remove the snap ring and pull the pin out. Then pull the lever out of the perch. The rest is self explanatory. I feel as if I'm forgetting something but it's an easy job. If you're mechanically inclined it should be a piece of cake.
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It's not that difficult to replace the levers. Loosen the clutch cable all the way. There is a pin that holds the levers in the perch. Use some snap ring pliers to remove the snap ring and pull the pin out. Then pull the lever out of the perch. The rest is self explanatory. I feel as if I'm forgetting something but it's an easy job. If you're mechanically inclined it should be a piece of cake.
All he said but be careful of the brake light switch. Easy to damage.
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All he said but be careful of the brake light switch. Easy to damage.
Yes, what he said.
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