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post #1 of 6 Old 06-25-2019, 06:34 AM Thread Starter
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Any advice?

OK so I threw a set of stubby levers on my 2019 ZX6R the other day and I don't like them so going back to OE levers for now. On the clutch lever there is a small spring (92144 in attached diagram). Anyone know where this little spring goes!? I didn't see it coming off but know it needs to go back on!

Note to self, no bike work while suffering jet lag. Any guidance appreciated
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post #2 of 6 Old 06-25-2019, 08:18 AM
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Should be a hole in the lever.
Itís there to work with the position knob.

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Did you take your lever that far apart?

if you just pulled out the bolt the pieces would have stayed together?!?

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Did you take your lever that far apart?

if you just pulled out the bolt the pieces would have stayed together?!?
I thought so too but weirdly the OE lever comes in two pieces once the bolt is removed. The adjuster part is separate to the lever. I nearly crapped myself
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Should be a hole in the lever.
Itís there to work with the position knob.
Thanks, will take another look. Couldn't see an obvious location
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Should be a hole in the lever.
Itís there to work with the position knob.
Diamond went out to it again and spotted the hole between the adjuster and fat edge on the lever piece. Cheers
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