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Well I don't really ever like the factory levers on my bikes. So when I realized my strom's clutch engagement was basically all front loaded I decided to try new levers.

I was really close to going Pazzo or Asv but decided to try the Rideit levers and save at least $200.

I am impressed. Solid. Smooth. Solid. Really nice looking and have I mentioned solid? I was expecting a ton of flop for $50 but nope. These fit and feel awesome!

Pics in profile album. I can't seem to post pics from iPhone ?
 

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I paid $135 for my folding pazzo levers. It think it would be difficult to save $200 on that. :)

Post your pics on photobucket or similar, and then copy the IMG link into your post above.
 

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Ok. I'll try that.

Pazzo are 249 Canadian. These were 55 :)
 

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I see you got the ones with the sliding bit, I tried a set of those, they were ok for a while but then the slider started getting loose and it would keep sliding out even though I didn't want it to. I liked the short levers, so just bought a set like that. Maybe yours will fare better.
 

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Make sure the bike won't start if the clutch lever is left out. The RideIt lever on my Wee wouldn't engage the clutch switch at one setting.
 

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I'll watch for the slide. As for fit they're perfect.
 
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