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    Rear brake lever

    I have broke my rear brake lever end off, due to an off-road spill. Are they the same as anything else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBo View Post
    Are they the same as anything else?
    Yes. They're the same as another thing that's identical.
    No need to thank me. I'm happy to share my helpful comments.
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    Awesome sprocket do you work in uk politics (from afar) by any chance.
    Should have added if they are the same, what are they the same as?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBo View Post
    I have broke my rear brake lever end off...
    Here's your chance to buy a decent 7075 rearset. It is least likely to break of all alloys, and most likely to simply spring back into shape. Been there, done that. Have the tiny dent in my swingarm to prove it.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [136,351 km - and counting .....]

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    Think I might have to make one £48 for a super easy break part seems a bit much. Or £58 for a retracting one(has anyone tried one of these and does it rotate and lock for direction?

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    The BN302 one fits (the boss is slightly longer, the groove is slightly further out and the flange is slightly thicker) the result is it fits with the boss sticking out the back slightly and small gap between the flange and the lever.
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