Clutch lever options

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  1. polarscout

    polarscout Junior Member

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    Got backed into in a parking lot and now need a new clutch lever. I was wondering if there are any decent aftermarket options other than aeromech out there before I buy an oem replacement.
     
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    OEM and Aeromach are the only two that I am aware of myself.
    I'm hoping someone else has found a different source and will keep watching this thread for that info.
     
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    I looked into this several times and have stuck with OEM, while the OEM Clutch Cable has a lot to be desired the Stock Levers suit me fine until find one at a reasonable price .. Aeromach while may be good quality is just too proud of them for my Money anyway ..
     
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    I hear that the OEM is about as scarce as hens teeth?

    Hard to find and buy?
     
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    Was for me way back when the Scout first come out thanks to the unknown at the time Wimpy Kickstand .. But my Dealer anyway Carries them in Stock now and should be able to find them if do a Search .. I have run across them in Several Parts Searches In Stock Ready to Ship ,,
     
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    Yeah I have no issue finding them I was just hoping to customize a little and don't care for the chopper styling I've seen with aeromech as it stands with the ball end being gone it has better ergonomics for me at least. So I may hold off until another option presents itself.
     
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    MY clutch lever got bent in the trailer on the Florida trip so we replaced them. My dealer had the bronze ones in stock and I like them a lot better than the stock silver ones! They seem to fit better and have a better grip too!
     
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    Send me your old ones ?
     
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    Look at ebay, when I needed a brake lever I saw the OEM clutch lever on ebay for $15 so I grabbed one.
     

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