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HammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM 690 Motorcycles 2007 to Current

HammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM  690 Motorcycles  2007 to CurrentHammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM  690 Motorcycles  2007 to CurrentHammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM  690 Motorcycles  2007 to CurrentHammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM  690 Motorcycles  2007 to CurrentHammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM  690 Motorcycles  2007 to Current
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HammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM 690 Motorcycles 2007 to Current

HammerHead High Performance CNC Shift Lever for KTM 690 Motorcycles 2007 to Current

This is a super hight quality custom fit CNC Shift Lever made to order to your exact specifications. Comfort, Strength and Style you can trust with HammerHead.

This shift lever can be built to fit your specific boot size, in any color and with a Knurled or Rubber tip.

Features:
- CNC machined billet aluminum shift lever compatible with Hammerhead's patented replaceable offset shift tips
- Hammerhead's CNC shift levers can be custom fit to your personal size or preference from -5mm shorter than stock, to +20mm longer with our patented offset shift tips
-Anodized and UV coated for long lasting color
-Precision machined from 6061 billet aluminum
-Lightweight & more durable than OEM shifters
-Shift tip is ergonomically engineered for proper fitment to any size boot
-All shift tips are available in Red, Blue, Gold, Green, Orange, Black, and Silver.
-Includes lever arm with specified shift tip pre-attached and ready for installation

INSTALLATION TIPS: Torque bolt to the OEM specification. Always use grease on the pinch bolt to achieve an accurate torque reading. Avoid using thread locker. After riding for first fifteen minutes, check the tightness of the pinch bolt. It could loosen and damage the spline. Motorcycles vibrate, regularly re-check torque to prevent shift lever from "rattling" off.