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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    Quote Originally Posted by 450mike View Post
    I spent a few minutes adjusting my Midwest lever on my 2013 450xcw and got it right . It has travelled to a 2014 450xcw , a 2015 350xcf-w , and is now on my leftover 2017excf-w , all with no further adjustment or issues . I ride 2,000 miles of typical New England mud , roots , and rocks each year .The Midwest lever is a fantastic accessory . It is worth every penny and every minute it takes to set up .
    Agree. 100%.
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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    68 pages....really? Is there a summary somewhere? Lol
    18 Te 300 16 250 sx 07 250 sx 19 kx 450 17 GG 300 Race

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    Quote Originally Posted by v8rman View Post
    68 pages....really? Is there a summary somewhere? Lol
    Yes, to set it up, read and comprehend manual. If you cannot, find competent friend to do it. If it still doesn't work for you or your bike, then you are very special for some reason
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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    I have one on all three of my bikes, even with two bikes having Rekluse clutches.
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    2015 KTM 350 Six Days
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    All suspensions done by Adam Krefting


    2020 Beta 300RR Race Edition (sold)
    2018 Beta Xtrainer AMP suspension (sold)
    2015 KTM 350 SXF (sold)
    2005 CRF250X (sold)
    2004 CRF450R (sold)
    2009 RMZ 450 (sold)
    2006 RMZ 450 ProCircuit works bike (sold)
    And a laundry list of other bikes from 60 years of riding.

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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    I use one on my LHRB and it works very well here.
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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    Been trying to get in contact with these guys for 3 weeks. Sent them an email and messaged them on facebook. Have not heard a thing. I am in Australia so have not called yet, timing is bad. Just want to know if anyone has had any communication with Mid West lately?

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    Default Re: Midwest Mountain Engineering (Clutch Lever)

    Sorry for not contacting you, I got your PM this morning. I have not been on KTM talk for a while. The best way to contact me is via email steve.pohl@midwestme.com or call at 715-338-7407.

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