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    Default Handlebar / Brake setup like THIS?

    I want a setup like the one below SO badly. I have similar bars and grips already, but someone please tell me:

    A) Exactly where I can get brake and clutch levers like this?
    B) How I can move my brake's master cylinder off the bars like they have?

    Please keep in mind I'm a beginner, I'm customizing my first bike and learning along the way.


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    Get an old bike with drum brakes. Probably solve both problems.

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    Low brow has similar style levers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteUSP View Post
    Get an old bike with drum brakes. Probably solve both problems.
    Haha, I wish. Nope, gotta stick with my '89 Sporty.

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    fab kevin makes a kit.

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    You'll want to remotely mount a master cyl (like the one Fab Kevin offers).

    Check this out: http://www.chopcult.com/news/article...sportster.html

    They mounted the master to the lower tree and used what i guess are panhead-ish levers. Real clean. Wrench Monkeys also remote mount their stuff.

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    Cable operated remote front master cylinder.

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    Wompy has done this also. www.jpriderdesigns.blogspot.com

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