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Motorcycle Brake Clutch New arrival Levers For Honda 500 1994 trend rank 1995 CB CB500

Motorcycle Brake Clutch Levers For Honda CB500 CB 500 1994 1995

$77

Motorcycle Brake Clutch Levers For Honda CB500 CB 500 1994 1995

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Product description

Features :

-This foldable design can protect this product from being broken when in an even of an accident.

-This brake and clutch levers adopt an adjustable design, you can adjust the proper length to make you feel most comfortable. The maximum length is up to 1.06in.

-This adjustable gear design can provide you the best hand feeling while you are on a long ride. You can adjust the gear to make the distance between the handlebar and clutch brake levers which suits you the best, in order to improve the comforting sense of riding.


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Package included:
1×brake Levers
1×clutch Levers
1X pair hand grips
Perfect fit and no modification is needed, no install instructions included


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Motorcycle Brake Clutch Levers For Honda CB500 CB 500 1994 1995

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