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Stylish Appearance Can Decorate Your Motorcycle .
Logo For B-MW R1200 GS R1200GS Adventure ADV (LC) 2014-2018 2015 2016 17Blue CNC Adjustable Motorcycle Brake Clutch Levers

Motorcycle Folding Extendable Brake Clutch Levers
Material: CNC 6061 Billet Aluminum

foldable mainly works on broken protection when the Motorcycle going to crash,
it can fold up automatically to decrease the least the damage to your Motorcycle.
extendable runs on the function of personal preference setting,
you can adjust the length according to your preference,longer or shorter.

Feature: Extendable amp; Folding.
Fully 6 positions adjustable
Extendable: Approx 3cm
Foldable: 90 degrees
Easy to install without instructions
Color: As picture shown
Package: 1 pair brake clutch levers

Fit Model:R1200GS Adventure ADV (LC) 2014-2018
If You Have Any Questions About The Product, Please Contact Us In Time, We Will Provide A Solution Within 24 Hours.

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