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Re: [ST] what breaks in a tipover?
- Subject: Re: [ST] what breaks in a tipover?
- From: "Jon Stiffler" <jonstiffler@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 21:51:39 -0000
so my question: what tends to break when an RS or ST falls over?
I have experienced twice an ST going down on the left (only once was me) and
the shift lever broke much the same way each time. The toe piece bends and
then will break off very easily. But the bar ends seem to do a really good
job and I don't think you would easly break a clutch or brake lever. If you
did you probably could not drive the bike anyway, IMHO.
As I recall, the shift mechanism is about $70, an expensive part to order
for "just in case". I am about to order the Moku frame sliders from
Lilley's for about $100. Why not put your money there, because the fairing
bits are REALLY expensive?!
Jon "Grateful Dawg" Stiffler
'00 Blue ST
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