Chrome Wide Blade Levers

Kuryakyn

Chrome Wide Blade Levers
Your Price
$45.99
MSRP:
$50.99
Item #:
KU7435
45.99

Chrome Wide Blade Levers are wider and more comfortable and fit all Honda GL1800 Goldwings. Reduced reach design is also very popular among riders with small hands.

7 Member Reviews

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7/4/2012
John
Pinckney, MI
10_stars
Don't buy these; buy the adjustable levers

I purchased these levers because they were less expensive than the adjustable levers. Bad move on my part. The clutch lever did not operate freely, even though I liberally greased the fitting. In addition it did not close all the way (in the resting position); therefore, the electronic switches were not activated. I put the old one back on. On the brake side, the lever also did not close properly. Consequently, the cruise didn't work. I put the old one back on. My recommendation is to buy the adjustable chrome levers. They're a direct replacement for the OEM and cost a little more, but they work - and they look great!

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2/13/2011
Richard
Folsom, PA
40_stars

installed very easy rode for about 40 miles with not speed control problems but i did grease it very well

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10/12/2008
Christine
Las Vegas, NV
10_stars

***DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT IF YOU PLAN TO ADJUST THE LEVERS AND USE CRUISE CONTROL!!***

As a woman, I ran the original OEM levers at the smallest setting to reduce grip space. I purchased these chromed levers with the expectations they would work as well as the OEM's did. NOT! When adjusted to the shortest setting, I lost the ability to use my cruise control unless I physically pushed the lever out with one hand and engaged the cruise with the other. NOT SAFE!!

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9/22/2008
Stallion
Smithfield, VA
10_stars

Please see previous review. Star rating was incorrect.

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9/22/2008
Stallion
Smithfield, VA
50_stars

Caution!!!!!!

Installed these levers.
Ist ride out, no cruise control, had to push lever manually forward with fingers to to make contact with stop. Thought maybe did not lube enough. Think I read on a review about this problem. Went on 400 mile run, on return trip as I acellarated bike began to rev up and felt as if cluch was slipping. This happened several more times during ride.
20 miles from home cluch went out would not engage. Nursed it to safe spot in 2nd gear. Mechanic saids, cluch lever did not fully engage stop, levers milled incorrecly and left a 1/4 inch gap. Levers initial cost $30; cluch and trans work $700, lesson learned priceless. To be fair I have used "K' products before with no problem. But I will never use anything from this point on but original Honda parts on my "Wing " when it comes to mechanics.

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