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    The "Moto" cocodrillo's Avatar
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    24mx gear & brake levers

    Anyone tried them? Any good? Looking to change mine and keep originals as spares, what's good without spending hammerhead sort of money?
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    My brother got some 24mx levers for his crf once and they were of somewhat cheesy strength.
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    Ive not tried levers from them but everything else ive bought from them in the past has been spot on

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    Nothing is nice as oem. I bought a front brake lever as my original was getting vibey. I got RFX. It was £10. I know why. It broke first time it hit the ground.

    With oem you don't need wrap around handguards. They just work.
    This is all I can see when I open the throttle:

    Before https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWMWXJvX8e4

    After https://youtu.be/VtBLqkh5u8k

    Keep out the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pindie View Post
    Nothing is nice as oem.

    wot he sed ^^^^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Richardson View Post
    My brother got some 24mx levers for his crf once and they were of somewhat cheesy strength.
    What type of cheese"?

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    Knob cheese



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    Cheese for men = Milbenkäse

    Cheese for 4t riders = dairylee triangles (no pun intended with the laughing cow).
    This is all I can see when I open the throttle:

    Before https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWMWXJvX8e4

    After https://youtu.be/VtBLqkh5u8k

    Keep out the way!

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