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Clutch Lever hits handlebar grip

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My clutch lever hits my handlebar grip if I pull it in too far. I have aftermarket levers on the bike that the PO put on. Would shorty levers or going back to the stock levers cure this problem?


What are the best brand shorty levers I can get?


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I should hope the clutch lever pulls all the way back to the handlebar....it should !! Unless you mean it hits something before it reaches the grip??????

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I should hope the clutch lever pulls all the way back to the handlebar....it should !! Unless you mean it hits something before it reaches the grip??????


No, it hits the grip if I pull it back all the way...never had a bike do that before. Shouldn't it stop slightly before the grip?

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No, it hits the grip if I pull it back all the way...never had a bike do that before. Shouldn't it stop slightly before the grip?
This is perfectly normal for any motorcycle clutch.

Brake lever, no.

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