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Old 09-14-10, 10:21   #1
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Default Daytona 675 CRG Folding Brake & Clutch Levers

CRG folding levers are built to the same exacting tolerances of the company’s own Roll-A-Click levers that have made them famous all over the world. Precision machined from solid billet 6061-T6 aluminum then hard anodized for lasting beauty, these levers look good on any bike and function flawlessly. Unlike OEM and many aftermarket levers that don’t fold, if your ride turns into a bad trip, you’re more likely to retain front brake or clutch function thanks to the CRG lever’s folding design. A heavy-duty ball-spring detent hinge mechanism prevents the CRG lever from folding accidentally during normal use yet has just enough give to help prevent it from breaking off in a crash. Not only are you more likely to ride away from a crash without a broken lever, but thanks to their break-away function, you’re also more likely to avoid expensive damage to your motorcycle’s brake master cylinder or clutch perch/master with these installed on your bike.

CRG Roll-a-Click folding levers are a relatively inexpensive investment when compared to lost time at the track or waiting for a tow truck while stranded out on the road because of a broken brake or clutch lever. We have these available individually or as a pair to replace your brake or clutch levers on most late-model sportbikes.

These are not yet on our website; call TJ at 866-931-6644 ext 817 to order. You can also send email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with the subject line CRG FOLDING LEVERS and be sure to specify if you want brake, clutch or both levers, the color you’d like and the model/year of the motorcycle you own for accurate availability and fast shipping.

Gray CRG folding lever with CRG’s trademark red adjustment tab which allows you to move the lever toward or away from the handlebar for a perfect reach.


Built to the same spec of CRG’s Roll-a-Click levers with the addition of a folding function.


The folding mechanism in action.


CRG levers are a direct drop-in replacement for OEM levers and are assembled using high-quality fasteners.


All CRG levers, rearsets and other components are manufactured entirely in the USA.
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price check please. ship to 84123. do they offer these in different color levers and adjusters (all black)? thanks.
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Price shipped to XXXXX, please

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Hmmmm, I'm not sure how I feel about these.....especially since you put them on a bike that has no engine in it! lol
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Will these fit straight onto a Street Triple also?
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Will these fit straight onto a Street Triple also?
They do have a set for the Street Triple. Same clutch lever but different brake lever than the Daytona.
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price + shipping to Durban (South Africa) please.

do they come in all black?
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Do these come in black?
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