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Home Forums General Discussion Buy and Sell DR 250 XC Djebel clutch lever wanted

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  • #14321

    Eddieb
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    • Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    I need one of these brake levers, it’s off our DR 250 XC Djebel and the WOF man won’t give it a new WOF as the knob has broken off.

    This isn’t the same as the DRZ250/DRZ400/KLX400 clutch lever and doesn’t seem to be specifically listed in Suzuki’s parts list. If anyone knows what it might be the same as please let me know.

    This is a DRZ250/DRZ400/KLX400 clutch lever, very similiar but it doesn’t work.

    #14325

    Simon
    Participant
    • Location: Te Awamutu
    • Bike: 2015 WR250R
    • Rank: 250cc Rider

    When do you need it by?

    I have some at work that look the same or could find something for you.

    Simon (Bike Torque)

    #14327

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    Better pic

    @wr_dude said:
    When do you need it by?

    I have some at work that look the same or could find something for you.

    Simon (Bike Torque)

    Any time in the next few weeks is good.

    #14329

    Simon
    Participant
    • Location: Te Awamutu
    • Bike: 2015 WR250R
    • Rank: 250cc Rider

    Cool ill sort out on Monday and let you know 🙂

    #14330

    Tristan Baker
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    the guys at Motorcycling Downunder Ltd would be able to help guru’s on Dr’s.

    #14335

    Natalie Subritzky
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    Bugger such a hassle when they won’t give wof due to no knob it’s safe as bro

    #14337

    Edward Brodie
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    The knob is actually a WOF requirement, the idea being that in an accident someone could possibly be impaled on the broken end, but with hand guards fitted yeah it’s pretty safe.

    #14338

    Dean Parker
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    It’s pretty unsafe IMO. A ball of knead it may be a quicker cheaper fix?

    #14339

    Stuart Guy
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    make one out of Kneed It and paint it silver or satin black.

    #14340

    Stuart Guy
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    This tip courtesy of #DodgyBlokeBikeFix

    #14345

    Werner Fourie
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    Just buy aftermarket. Anything you want banggood.com free shipping, and no worries cheap as chips.

    #14347

    Peter Creagh
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    Maybe if you could get one from another bike with simialr dimensions and get the hole and bit where it conects to the handle bar drilled and milled to fit untill you can get a new one as any drilling or milling of another lever could weaken it maybe.

    #14348

    Edward Brodie
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    I’m not looking for original, I’m looking for one that will fit, and banggood doesn’t have them.

    #14351

    Dale Grover
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    I too have had great success using Knead It on the ends of dirt bike levers, really easy to mould it to shape & hard as steel once cured, it can be smoothed out easily if you wet your fingers first.

    #14353

    Fran McGowan
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    Yep, some metal putty should do the trick…

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