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Old 04-11-2019, 08:13 PM   #1
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I have a 06 street rod that found the pavement when I was getting some go-juce. The clutch lever was the only casualty other then my pride. So the thing is HD wants an arm and half a leg for anything factory. As the clutch lever will be the main damaged item in any lay down of the bike. The aftermarket support for the V-Rods is slim to none in my area at least. So this lever is $65 individually or $135 for the set at the dealership. Rip off in my opinion. The thing I noticed is the 2014 and up Touring bikes from HD use a hydraulic clutch. The levers look the same but that's only using the eyeball measurement. Dose anyone know if they fit and if so why not use them? Over 100 different after market Touring levers and most sets are under $100. Sorry if I'm asking an old question. If they do fit and work then the aftermarket support for the levers at least will have gotten a lot bigger.
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Look st the Oberon adjustable levers. Fabulous engineering for the $, You'll want both sides
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Old 04-13-2019, 09:58 PM   #3
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I have the Oberon. Very nice products. I highly reccommend them

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Try Surdyke Harley on the net, they give a 20% discount so itís not too bad.

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Also have Oberon's on mine and love them.
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Old 05-08-2019, 06:55 PM   #6
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Thanks everyone for the suggestion of using Oberon levers. The thing I notice is that I see many V-Rods with custom levers. Harley Davidson offers 2 total lever kits, 1 black and 1 chrome. They are the same levers that came on the stock bikes. They offer no custum levers. I see many different levers on the V-Rods, then the 2 offered by HD. I think I narrowed down the 06-14 Touring bikes as having a comparable part, but everyone I ask says they don't know. I even contacted the makers of some of the aftermarket parts. I don't really like the look of the Oberon, it's just not what I like. Too street bike looking for me. I think someone knows for sure. If you do can you please let me know. It seems like a hard question for such a small thing.
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