Asv levers

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Re: Asv levers

Post by lee » 20 Aug 2015, 22:05

Ive got cheap "the2wheels" levers on the ktm and honda.
Been on a few years now.

Absolutely fine.

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Re: Asv levers

Post by Fronkey » 20 Aug 2015, 22:28

Got China levers on my vfr emergency stopping it fully loaded with panniers and pillion. Not a problem if they don't brake (pun) then they never will.

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Re: Asv levers

Post by Cabernet » 20 Aug 2015, 22:58

Fronkey wrote:Got China levers on my vfr emergency stopping it fully loaded with panniers and pillion. Not a problem if they don't brake (pun) then they never will.

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We talking about aluminium levers from China. Not china levers. Doh!
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Re: Asv levers

Post by Fronkey » 22 Aug 2015, 19:03

Cabernet wrote:
Fronkey wrote:Got China levers on my vfr emergency stopping it fully loaded with panniers and pillion. Not a problem if they don't brake (pun) then they never will.

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We talking about aluminium levers from China. Not china levers. Doh!
As long as they used good clay can baked them for long enough they are fine.

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