I've seen a few bikes with after-market clutch and brake levers. Other than they look cool, is there some advantage to these? One of my complaints about my bike is how stiff the clutch lever is. Will a replacement lever help this at all?
Adjustable levers have the benefit of length, bend & distance from the bar among other things. Some, the cheaper ebay levers from China, actually combine these traits. I've never in the past been a fan of the cheapos but now have a set mounted on my N1K. So far, they're fine. As I mentioned in the thread I started quoted by ToNY, I've a damaged left hand & to gain proper usage of clutch lever have had to go to aftermarket levers. Sometimes, just moving the perch, if possible, either in or out can help.
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