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post #1 of 26 Old 05-28-09, 12:25 Thread Starter
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Adjustable clutch lever on a stock D675?????!?!?

So my 2007 D675 came with an adjustable clutch lever. As I look around at other D675s, I see non-adjustable clutch levers, and when searching the forums, I'm noticing people complaining that no D675s came with adjustable clutch levers.

Was mine some sort of mistake, or did anybody else's come that way from the factory? Were they introduced in a certain year?

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Neither of my '06's came with adjustable clutch levers, that was the main reason for moving to Pazzo's for me...

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Adjustable how?
They all have an adjustment wheel right where the cable sheath starts.
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Adjustable as in lever position (distance from grip), not cable adjustment (the wheel you reference).

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Adjustable as in lever position (distance from grip), not cable adjustment (the wheel you reference).
What he said. A wheel like we all have on the brake lever.
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Interesting...

Does it "look" stock?

that is weird.... mine only had the adjustable brake lever on it, both the '07 and the new '09 I have

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Did you buy your bike NEW or USED?

I had an 04 D600 that had an adjustable clutch lever, but neither my 06 or 08 D675 had an adjustable one.



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Did you buy your bike NEW or USED?

I had an 04 D600 that had an adjustable clutch lever, but neither my 06 or 08 D675 had an adjustable one.
I bought it new. Maybe for some reason the ST clutch lever was put on my bike?
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My S3 has the adjustable clutch lever, the perch itself is different but the lever shape looks nearly identical. I meant to take it off and see if it fits the 675 out of curiosity but never did.
Interestingly it also cheaper than a 675 one via Bike Bandit by a few bucks.
Budo and I were commenting at my dealer last Saturday on how the clutch levers on the Bonnevilles are adjustable also.
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