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Streamline Reflex Clutch and Brake Lever Kit

Streamline Reflex Clutch and Brake Lever Kit

Gholds - Texas Good but not perfect "After ordering the clutch and brake levers at the same time, i received only the brake lever. After selecting 2 day shipping, i got it 2 weeks later. Only to find out my clutch lever wont come in for another month. Got the brake lever on and it looks and feels great, however the nut on the adjustment screw came off after 3 laps so the adjusting screw had a mind of its own. Had to pull over and readjust the lever every 2 laps. Very frustrating. Didnt come with any spare hardware either. USE LOCTITE. Coming into a rut i reached for the front brake and it was nowhere to be found. It adjusted itself all the way in."
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Streamline Reflex Clutch and Brake Lever Kit

Streamline Reflex Clutch and Brake Lever Kit

ttales - Salt Lake City, Utah Disappointed "I purchased the Steamline Reflex clutch and brake levers for a KX 250F about a month ago. When the product arrived, the outside of the box containing the levers said "Honda". I called customer support and they agreed to replace the levers. I was given a date when the product would be shipped and the replacement levers didn't ship for more than a week after I was quoted. I understand that wrong products are occasionally shipped and replacement products aren't always shipped on time. These are not the reasons behind my complaint. When the replacement levers came, I replaced the levers--which was on my 15-year-old's bike--and we went for a ride. We were only into the ride about a mile and the my son wiped out. My son said something weird happened and come to find out the front brake locked up and dumped him on his head.I took my bike to a very experienced mechanic and when I explained what happened, the mechanic examined the new brake and realized that new brake causes the push rod to constantly depress the master cylinder and the mechanic opined that this constant depressing of the master cylinder caused the brake fluid to heat up and seized the front brake. The mechanic had to shave a substantial part of the brake lever in order so that the lever was not depressing the master cylinder. (The brake lever adjustment bolt did not effect the master cylinder being depressed.) The mechanic could not tell if the new brake lever was the correct part number because I had already thrown away the packaging and we couldn't see a part number on the lever. In addition to having to pay a mechanic to fix a brand new brake lever, I had to buy a new caliper because the other one seized up after getting so hot. Needless to say, this experience has not left a good taste in my mouth--but my son did get a mouthful of dirt when he wiped out."
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