Sale Price: $80.96 Regularly: $89.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $80.96
J&P Part: 510-360
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Manufacturer Part Number: 1055
Material: Die cast
Sold in Units: Pair
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I install these levers on my street Glide and they look great. Chrome seems well made, they feel better than stock. The instructions that came with the levers are inadequate and omit an important information about the break lever side. However, updated instructions are on the JP's website at the product's information. Even though I feel good about the final outcome, I will have the my installation checked out at my local dealer when I bring it in for maintenance.
These levers are poorly made and will mostly cause a rider death at some point. The nub that is supposed to actuate the clutch switch is too short. In an emergency if the rider grabs the clutch while in cruise control, the cruise control will not disengage. Also the bike cannot be started unless it is in neutral, even with the clutch disengaged. This could be a real safety issue for some riders if they stall the bike in traffic. I spoke with people from J & P and Kuryakin last week at Daytona and no one had an answer or solution, nor did they seem to care. The problem appears to be common with Kuryakin Zombie levers also.
Love these levers! The "legs" give you two grip positions. Use the top leg for light braking or both for heavier braking or clutch pull. The rounded area where the feet would be, before the ball on the end, is great for my rider whip as it allows it to flow freely along the whole length as the clip can rotate with the rest of the whip and not put undue stress on the leather near the base.
Exactly what I wanted. Perfect touch.
Love these levers. This is my third bike with these levers.