I've had "wide" levers before and like the looks and function. So simple to install. I use a prosthetic leg on my left side and dropped my bike causing the "ball" end of the lever to snap off. With a bike that weighs over 800 pounds, I was surprised that the lever was the only damage. I like the look of the "wide blade" lever but without any adjustment there a little bit more of a reach with my fingers (I have a medium size hand). In stop and go traffic they can be a little tiring. If you have weak hands and drive in traffic a lot, I'd pick a smaller blade. I hope this has been helpful. jimi
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These chrome levers are wider and more comfortable than stock. It's simple - replace your stock levers today!
- Reamed brass bushings.
- Reduced reach design is also popular among riders with small hands.
- Sold in pairs.
I purchased these alone with some other stuff from Kuryakyn, and was so pleased when I put them on the bike. They went on easy and worked well. I polished and waxed everything. A couple of months later I noticed they were flaking. And the other stuff, a masterclynder cover and clutch perch cover, were also starting to "pop up" and flake. Almost a hundred bucks wasted. Will never buy kuryakyn again
I purchased these to replace my stock levers that were bent. These function well, feel good (a little wider width makes them comfortable on the hand), look nice. They seem sturdy, though I haven't had them on long enough to know how the beautiful chrome finish will last. I had them installed by my mechanic, so can't comment on ease of installation.