brake lever chop & re-weld service(not taking new order)

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brake lever chop & re-weld service(not taking new order)

Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 11:26 am

You ship me your lever
I cut
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and extend & re weld higher and on a better angle
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sand blast
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prime and for extra cost I will weld support 1/2 solid rod to lever
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thinking of add grease fitting to lever if somebody wanted.
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COST:
YOU SHIP LEVER
I CUT AND RE-WELD $45 + 12.50 S&H priority mail
ADD 1/2 rod +$10
this is limit time frame (when I m in ohio shop, every other week)
pm me first
one day turn around guarantee
NOTE careful not to break nibble/plastic plunger on switch !!!
when removing lever.
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brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by Cowboylogic » Sun May 04, 2014 11:28 am

Nice looking mod Van.


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Post by Thermos » Sun May 04, 2014 11:52 am

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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by motoleo » Sun May 04, 2014 11:54 am

Van,
Any idea if the brake pedal lever has changed throughout the years or are they all the same? Also is there any difference between a 1WD or 2WD brake pedal lever?

Reason I am asking is that I would like to send one to you to get done from a bike that is not running so I wouldn't have a running bike down.

Two other questions:

1. Do you have to remove the sidecar to get the brake pedal lever off?
2. How difficult is removing the brake pedal lever and connecting parts to rear brake while the engine and trans are still in the bike? I'm getting ready to install the engine/tranny next weekend and it would seem a lot easier to do the brake pedal removal and installation now, before I install the engine/trans, especially since the brake hardware to the rear and the swing arm are not attached to the bike or brake lever.
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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 12:00 pm

motoleo wrote:Van,
Any idea if the brake pedal lever has changed throughout the years or are they all the same? Also is there any difference between a 1WD or 2WD brake pedal lever?

Reason I am asking is that I would like to send one to you to get done from a bike that is not running so I would have a running bike down.

Two other questions:

1. Do you have to remove the sidecar to get the brake pedal lever off?
2. How difficult is removing the brake pedal lever and connecting parts to rear brake while the engine and trans are still in the bike? I'm getting ready to install the engine/tranny next weekend and it would seem a lot easier to do the brake pedal removal and installation now, before I install the engine/trans, especially since the brake hardware to the rear and the swing arm are not attached to the bike or brake lever.
not 100% sure till I get back to my Annapolis shop and commpare levers
I think all same except the doodad/gadget that connect to brake light switch.

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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by Jack'D » Sun May 04, 2014 12:29 pm

What's the 1/2" rod for, just a heel rest? Where is your shop in Ohio Van?
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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 1:35 pm

Kent ohio.
yes rod for heel rest
you can insert rubber hose for foot rest
if you decided to remove ome ped.

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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 2:04 pm

Mods lever
It is not magic solution
but
with extended lever and setting drum brakes correctly.
You can stop on a dime. As good of better than 2014 disk :lol:
Ask Dennis/ivanrider if you want 2nd opinion

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Post by Albuquralque » Sun May 04, 2014 2:12 pm

Van,

Sorry for my ignorance...but are you adding a piece of flat stock to the lever to make the foot pedal sit up higher?
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Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 2:21 pm

Coluralado wrote:Van,

Sorry for my ignorance...but are you adding a piece of flat stock to the lever to make the foot pedal sit up higher?
Yes about 1 3/4 higher (front) and 1 on rear.
comparing to old lever
Cannot go higher
need good spacing between jug and lever.
but I can do to your spec.
Only you
at no cost because your the fast blue ural with slow rear brakes :wink:

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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by Albuquralque » Sun May 04, 2014 2:31 pm

Here is 2014 brake pedal.
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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by gobium » Sun May 04, 2014 2:46 pm

Higher and on a tilt/angel comparing to old ome
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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by Reync » Mon May 05, 2014 3:52 am

DAMMIT! This is awesome! Where was this three months ago when is was colder than a polar bears prick out!? Now that the sun is shining and the birds are out I cant bear to part with my brake pedal for the next 4 months.
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Post by gobium » Mon May 05, 2014 10:20 am

Reync wrote:DAMMIT! This is awesome! Where was this three months ago when is was colder than a polar bears prick out!? Now that the sun is shining and the birds are out I cant bear to part with my brake pedal for the next 4 months.
.....well I might just call Gene
And oder up couple levers
exchange brake levers program may be?

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Re: brake lever chop & re-weld service

Post by Brian Crean » Mon May 05, 2014 12:04 pm

I'd probably jump on the "Lever exchange" if you can pull it off. You da man, Van!

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