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Rear set and lever question.

Just purchased an 2010 F4 and looking to switch out the hand levers and rear sets. Looking around there seems to be some confusion on part identities. I see some levers and rear sets that are listed as being applicable on F4's UP TO 2009. But then I see some rear sets (for example) that will work for 2003-2011. Seems a bit contradictory. So my question - on rear sets; is the mounting spacing any different to preclude me from using a rear set that is stated as being good up to 2009? Are there any differences I need to look out for on hand levers, in the switch from 2009 to 2010?

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Have a good look around with the forum sponsors mate. And just ask the question via email before you order the part.

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I did. Thanks. Actually that's was prompted my question. Because there are some styles made for "older F4s", that don't seem to be for 2010+ by their description. But I can't see why they would change dimensions, so i just want to make sure.

Some things I found, point to the difference on rear sets possibly just being the size of the mounting bolt head? Does that seem right? If it it is, that's just a peanuts issue. Just break out the McMaster.

Sorry, I just like to get things right from first order. Not one to order with the intent of returning if they don't fit.
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The rear sets from 2000 to 2013 are all the same
For the f4 and brutale
They are all interchangeable
I have 3 sets of Gilles that I have used on all my Mv
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Wink all the same?

not quite, parts book #800098957 edition 2, printed June 2003

shows the fixed one and the adjustable one on page D01

don't know when they changed

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From the Ago and Tambo onwards the rearset's became adjustable Noel, they all still fit on the same frame plates.
I'm very pleasantly surprised to hear that the Y10+ bikes can still use the same rearset's, that is very good recycling done by MV and opens the options right up for the later bikes.

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From the Ago and Tambo onwards the rearset's became adjustable Noel, they all still fit on the same frame plates.
I'm very pleasantly surprised to hear that the Y10+ bikes can still use the same rearset's, that is very good recycling done by MV and opens the options right up for the later bikes.
I'll have to take a closer look, mine don't look adjustable.

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Thanks. That does help guys. I do have a tendency to over analyze things. For future reference, i apologize for that.
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I'll have to take a closer look, mine don't look adjustable.
I was reffering to the pre-Y10 bikes.

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Thanks. That does help guys. I do have a tendency to over analyze things. For future reference, i apologize for that.
No problem mate, if you didn't ask, I would not have known.

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Unless you flip them to use on the other side, I don't see these being adjustable.
I also see some nasty rust looking stuff inside the swingarm pivot.
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