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looking to buy a shifter for my 02 rc. any suggestions?
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looking to buy a shifter for my 02 rc. any suggestions?
Sorry the post seems sort of vague...do you mean shifter rod? Shifter lever? Quick shifter?
Not quite sure what you're asking for.



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sorry had to lay the bike down bc someone pulled out and side swiped me. just the part ur toe hits to shift. it folded up. im open to any suggestions. i dont know much about the quick shifters.
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OK so shifter lever...I'll look in my spares box, I just have to find it.



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I gave mine away a while back.
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I think it's called a spigot. At least that's what Harris calls them. It's the little barrel-shaped knob that screws into or attaches to the shift lever. Is thsi what you are looking for?
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Or toe peg. Buy off the bay or get someone with a lathe to make u one.
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Or toe peg. Buy off the bay or get someone with a lathe to make u one.
Funny you say that- I used a bolt until the spigot came from england. No US distributor would get that part for me and I had to order it from Harris in UK. Took 2 months to get here.

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Funny you say that- I used a bolt until the spigot came from england. No US distributor would get that part for me and I had to order it from Harris in UK. Took 2 months to get here.
Can't find my spare but I never realised that the "toe peg" was a separate piece.



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Or just buy this and have GP shift.

Honda OEM Reverse shift lever (GP Pattern)
24701-MAT-000 SHIFT, GEAR PEDAL
24781-KR3-770 RUBBER, SHIFT PEDAL



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