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  1. joh106

    Thumb brake

    Thumb brake wanted preferably fork mounted.
  2. backwheelbarrett

    thumb brake

    hi everyone I have a thumb brake for sale, I have had It on my cbr1000rr 2011 for about 4 months due to having a bad accident, I used it because could feel my legs, but now I can I am going back to the normal way. if you have ever used a thumb brake before then you will know they are an amzing bit of kit. the kit comes with all needed to just put straight onto your bike. the attachement goes round the fork leg. I can get the measurement of the fork leg if you need it as I believe it will fit other bikes. I will try and upload pics here but sometimes they don't work, if you require pictures then I can email to you if I have no interest then it will be going on ebay I am looking for 250 and it comes with the hel brake line that goes right back to the caliper cheers any questions I will happily answer. I am based in kent
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