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July 21, 2003, 08:16 PM

Hmm, well that was a nice little surprise. After my little incident at the track yesterday, I knew I'd have to order a new brake lever. Having recently sold a foot peg bracket and shifter assembly, I knew how expensive some of the OEM stuff was. Since the rearsets that I bought were VERY expensive Attack adjustable rearsets I was prepared for the worst. I went on Ron Ayers just to see how much the stock brake "pedal" would cost. Their price, which is typically cheaper than other OEM suppliers, was $51.87. So I'm thinking, it's gonna be a cool Benjamin for my piece. Well, just called Attack a little bit ago, and was very surprised to find out that it'll only be $37.13, plus shipping. Of course, the toe piece is separate, and I don't know how much that would have cost if I needed that, too, but I never imagined I would be back together again for less than the OEM piece!

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July 21, 2003, 09:26 PM

Sorry to hear that Dave, but glad you got out relatively cheaply. Now if people would just stop dropping their bikes out of stupidity they wouldn't need to scavenger your take-offs! :red: Thanks again!


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