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The clutch lever broke clean off. Anyone know how much one of those things costs? Finding prices on replacement parts is like pulling freakin teeth.

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$93 according to bikebandit.com

they have an AMA discount though, which is around 10%

call your dealer, part # 4030412-001
 

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Thats alot more than i thought. GRRRRRREAT.

Thank you very much.
 

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OK! anybody know of an aftermarket clutch lever thats cheaper? im in somewhat of a financial bind right now.
 

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i feel your pain.

the stock one is about as cheap as you'll get. the aftermarket ones are usually billet or race type and 2-3x more expensive.

i don't know that that gearchage lever was used on any other bikes either. good luck man.
 

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There are cheapies all over the place...

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There is also Parts Unlimited or Lockhart Phillips at your local dealer... both should have cheapo replacement levers.
 

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Millertime said:
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This is gospel truth. Also check with Yoyodyne as they have a whole slew of parts in the Brembo Spares section of their site. Good luck to ya!
 

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Mine got bent but still worked although I replaced it anyways. You can have it. If you're interested I can check to make sure the mechanic returned it to me when he replaced it.
 

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WHOOPS

I read "lever" and assumed he meant the FOOT lever, i didn't even think about the master lever.

Part number/price I posted is the FOOT lever!
 

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Im ready to use a pipe fastener and a screwdriver right now.. so a bent one wont be an issue. are you in southern california?

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Mine got bent but still worked although I replaced it anyways. You can have it. If you're interested I can check to make sure the mechanic returned it to me when he replaced it.
 

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Call your local dealer or Ducati Seattle. When I bent the clutch lever on my wife's MTS :p, Ducati Seattle sold me a leftover stock one pretty cheap.
 

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When I dropped mine, my (semi) local dealership had clutch and front brake levers laying around for $20 apiece. Might break even compared to ordering after you count shipping, plus you instantly get it.

Took me maybe 5 minutes tops to replace the lever too-VERY simple.
 
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