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I mistakenly purchased a Midwest Moutain Engineering stubby brake lever along with one of their clever clutch levers thinking I'd be able to fit it. I like stubby levers and would love to use this one if possible.

I didn't realise at the time that it does not have the tang on that will operate the front brake switch and this the brake light will be constantly on unless I either fabricate something to make the lever work or disconnect the switch and rely on the rear brake only to operate the brake light, which I don't want to do. Whilst pondering brake lights on a dirt bike, it occurred to me I could fit a pressure switch banjo bolt. Would it be simply a case of disconnecting the existing switch (presumably 2 wires) and connecting the pressure switch to these wires, or have I missed something fundamental?
 

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Use the rear switch, comes with the correct plug :)

50311051100 BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH REAR '98 £11.88
less 15% at Eurotek
 
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