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richard hyatt
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January 18, 2019 - 4:00 pm
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hi all,

I am looking to replace my clutch lever and I think the original part number was T 1168 with 7/8" centres from pivot to cable nipple.

is this correct please?? as it will impact upon cable slack and operation

just checking before I commit to new bits - thank you for any advice.

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Yes, that looks to be correct. I remember having a problem finding a brake lever to match that would fit the integral throttle assembly though.
Mike.

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richard hyatt
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January 18, 2019 - 7:03 pm
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I think I can find new levers , not the whole clamp , but non ball end , with these centres.

FEKED bikes do a good assortment of Bantam bits

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Any joy with levers Richard?

I've been looking but keep coming up blank.

Barrie

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richard hyatt
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Hi Barrie, 

I live near FEKED bikes in Dorset and the blades they have aren't too bad frankly.

About 5 quid brightens up the handlebars each side

Need to clean the threads with a tap , but otherwise good fit on original d14 clamp/pivot/twistgrip

And the pivot centres are correct  7/8" I think .

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