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Brake & Clutch Levers for CB1000R

Would anyone have a link to some decent levers, not cheap chinese shite
or top stuff like Pazzo etc etc. Is there any mid range price ones about that are good quality? I've a 2010 CB 1000 R
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Have these on a blade, will fit CB 1000 R as well.
https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/mot...nt_prod/184075
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Old 11th February 2019, 10:56 AM #3
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Have these on a blade, will fit CB 1000 R as well.
https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/mot...nt_prod/184075
Seen them & the reviews where good. Out of stock for my yolk though.
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Anyone any experiences with this site?

https://mtp-racing24.com/RAXIMO-BCF-...ang-mit-ABE_38
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Seen them & the reviews where good. Out of stock for my yolk though.
Show up as in stock for me
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Show up as in stock for me
Regular length clutch is out of stock, only short ones available.
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Try Misano Moto Imports in Omagh.Their stuff is pretty good.
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Savage man, thanks for that.

100 for a set. Very good reviews.
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Savage man, thanks for that.

100 for a set. Very good reviews.
Mate got a few bits off them for his track bike and was well impressed with the quality.
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