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Anyone know where I'd get a new rubber for my RS gear lever, or do I need to buy the lever also?
 

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I think you have to buy the lever.:( It will happen again, though, so you would be wasting your money. Either remove it and clean the lever up, or I believe there was a post some while ago regarding rubbering it up yourself, if you see what I mean.
A search may find the post/thread, or someone may post up a link dreckly;)

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Ian
 

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Cheers Ian, might just do as you suggest and ditch the rubber ;)
 

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common fault on all those levers that after about five hundred miles it wears off the corner with use . someone thought of a rubber solution that you dip the lever in .
 

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Mine split (but was still hanging on) at the end too with barely any mileage on it, I used some super glue and its still there at 2000+miles. I assume the dipping method is similar to the stuff used for pliers or tool handles?
 

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A new lever is currently around £75 from Motogb, not sure if they suffer the same fate as the old ones, Ive done the glue trick, seems OK but its not perfect, Steve.
 

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Mines ok after 2200 miles, but it really hurts my toe changing gear after a long rideout. Leavers looks like the end of a knife:( .
I may get some stiffer boots or try and find something at an auto jumble to go on it.:confused:
 

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Mine came off pritty early took it totally off cleaned all the edges with Dick emery paper. nice and smooth feels better on the boot:clap: Nearly done 22k now and the Gearbox just seems to be getting better and smoother as time goes by.:clap:
 
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