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October 2, 2003, 04:16 PM

Hello everyone...

I broke off the nob on the gear shift lever and need to replace the lever once my new one comes in.

I have seen the shop manuals and manuals on cd for sale on ebay and was wondering if those whould help me with some instructions.

Travis
'02 SV650


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October 2, 2003, 09:44 PM

No manual necessary. It's an easy fix that can be done in ten minutes if you're slow. I can help you out if you need (and you don't live in BFE!) - let me know.

[Edited on 3/10/2003 by DemonRider]


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October 2, 2003, 11:56 PM

yeah - just stare at it for a few minutes and you will figure out how to get off the old on and mount the new one.

i'd still buy the service manual for reference and other maintenance tips. always good to have.
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October 10, 2003, 01:34 AM

dont buy a new one!!!! Drill a hole where the knob broke off....stick a bolt through with a nut on the end!! Wala...youre done!!!


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October 21, 2003, 10:04 AM

I would agree to not buy a new one. Rather overpriced. If you've already ordered it, oh well, at least you'll have it. But if not, just drill a hole, put a nut and a bolt through, and maybe wrap a few bits of duct tape around or whatever.


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November 4, 2003, 12:05 AM

lol you guys are harsh letting this poor guy ghettofy his bike. Well its a first bike so I guess its ok. I've got a key, rock, and some paper towels securing my battery terminals. muhahah

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