March 05, 2013(longview, WA)
With boots physically bigger today, I needed a longer than stock lever without the BIG PRICE. So I got a steel one to cut and reweld a short piece adding to the length. Was able to soften the two angles on the bends and got the additional 1/2" I needed without the cut and weld. Repainted and no one will ever know.
An exact replacement
March 05, 2013(San Mateo, CA)
I just needed a replacement shift lever for my son's '96 YZ125 and this fit the bill perfectly.
February 05, 2013(nairobi, TX)
I had the MSR before and I was really frustrated that it had unpainted, uncoated parts that immediately rusted after install. I swear my bike shifts smoother after putting this on. I have no way to explain it, but it shifts much better. It's hard to get used to a slightly different position for my foot, but I'm slowly getting used to it. I had bent my MSR pretty good and I think it was always longer after I bent it back into place. So the new Moose is shorter than I'm used to.
Works well with boots.
December 18, 2012(Grand Junction, CO)
Installed on 2005 KLR 650. A lot more solid feel than the stock shifter. It was a very good uprgrade for not much money.
Thanks, all good
October 24, 2012(Guadalajara, TX)
Thanks, all good
August 16, 2012(orlando, FL)
Works great and is better then the stock shift lever!
August 15, 2012(Falmouth, MA)
Super durable lever and fit my 04 yz250 perfectly!
The extra length is perfect
August 10, 2012(Clarksville, TN)
Was a tight fight with my boots before, but the extra length is great. Fits just fine, and works as expected.
Extended Shift LEver for KLR650
March 16, 2012(gatesville, TX)
I have size 14 foot and need the longer shift lever. Much better than stock and really helps with large feet!!!
Good option for the KLR650
February 13, 2012(Indianapolis, IN)
I got the one inch longer than stock lever for my 2005 KLR650. The lever is well made and it's very nice that the spring-loaded tip already has a rubber cover. Two small things: the splines don't quite align like the stock or other aftermarket levers, so it always seems to feel too high or too low. Secondly, the lever really should have a shield behind the tip so it doesn't puncture the stator cover if you drop it on the left.