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Turner Brake Lever

Retail: $9.99 - $13.99
$4.77 - $9.99
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Turner Brake Lever

Product Description

  • Turner offers a quality brake lever for your bike without the high cost of OEM replacement parts.
  • Turner designed their brake lever to meet or exceed OEM specifications, making it easy use these as your replacement lever.
  • The Turner brake lever is constructed from cast aluminum for a lightweight and cost effective item.
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Cooter Location: Longville, LA 70652, USA
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Brake lever

good lever good price

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Location: Longville, LA 70652, USA
Good Deal

Wrecked on this lever and it didnt brake or bend. Good cheap product. Love the shipping!

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Location: Algonquin, IL.
Better than OEM

This brake lever fits perfectly on a YZ250 OEM perch. It feels a little meatier than stock. Overall a fantastic replacement that's inexpensive!

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Location: California forests
Not bad...

But I had to file it down a bit to make clearance for the piston in the mater cylinder. It's not hard, just a pain.

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OEM

Just like the OEM Clutch, except maybe a little bit more durable. The polished look makes it look very nice. Super easy to install even for those people who have no idea how to do it. I have only gone through about 5 of these in the past year if that. Very cheap, will be buying more :)

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Location: Michigan
Brake lever

This break lever fit perfect just like the original one. This lever is a great replacement for a bent or broken lever at a great price. For the price of this lever everyone should keep a spare one in the parts box.

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Location: hyannis ma

Broke verg easy one day n it broke. My bike just tiped over in to a sand pile

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Location: Bella vista, AR
Great buy

I buy these all the time, there cheap, they will always fit, and easy to instal! There great!

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Location: new orleans louisana
WOW!

this is a cheap lever but it works i fell and it bented up i heated it and hit it back and its perfect still did not break

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Location: Carson, Ca
Excellent

it is a solid component so I expected it to be easy to ship. Came on time and fit perfectly.

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xXR1ITUPXx Over 3 years ago Location: Denton,TX
Strength?
Is this lever as strong as the one that comes on a kx250f?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
It's pretty much the same quality. They are built to the same OEM specs for the most part.
Top 250 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: Big Island, HI
Not sure its pretty must just a replacement lever if the stock one brakes.
onlyearnedmds Over 4 years ago
Does this lever have an adjustment screw? The stock lever does and most of the other lever pictures that come up for my bike (2003 kx125) do.?
Over 4 years ago Location: Long Beach, CA
That looks like a replacement lever. Your perch (the part connected to the handle bar that the lever bolts into) has the cable adjuster. If that is broken than you need to buy a lever/perch combo.
Top 250 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: Big Island, HI
Mine came with one. If it comes stock on the bike I guess thats how they make it.
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