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So I'm planning to replace my marred and slightly bent levers for some new ones. My question is do I just have to buy the replacement lever, or are there specific ones I need to buy to go on the adjustable setup.

Also I searched around but couldn't find anything. Can anyone give me a detailed instruction on how to adjust the clutch lever so the friction zone is more towards the middle. At the moment my friction zone is a litte on the end of lever travel, it's fine to ride with but if I could get it a little further back ( just a smidge) that would be good or I could play with it to get it just right.

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It's like a bike... the two nuts on the end of the wire by the lever will adjust the friction point, it's easy 5 mins tops.
 

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Yeah, when I bought mine the friction point was way out, so I brought it closer 'cause I would always stall on a hill because it took too long to let out the clutch, now it works great.
 
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