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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-24-2020, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch Lever Bushing

Would someone be kind enough to give me the OEM part number for that brass bushing on the clutch lever?
Open to suggestions just in case there is another manufacturer that makes a better product.
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Part number is 3GM-26455-00-00 and can be found as #4 on this parts fiche:
https://www.yamahapartshouse.com/oem...ter-cylinder-2

It's a brass cylinder with a hole in it. Not going to find anything better. Just be sure to lubricate it.
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It's fairly universal, many street bikes use the same one..... you should be able to pick one up at most motorcycle dealers.

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If you ride a lot, this is a big clean and lube point. Takes less than five minutes. I know of one guy that never did his, and it ended up causing clutch failure over a lot of miles. Lever wasn’t releasing all the way. Undetectable until too late.

I replace the bushings when they are heavily scored or obviously misshapen. Not expensive.
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Part number is 3GM-26455-00-00 and can be found as #4 on this parts fiche:
https://www.yamahapartshouse.com/oem...ter-cylinder-2

It's a brass cylinder with a hole in it. Not going to find anything better. Just be sure to lubricate it.

R&R PM them at least yearly. Grab a couple extra and have them on-hand when needed.

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I ordered one for my Valkyrie but picked it up at a Kawi shop. It sure fits more than just one Japanese brand.
Thank you very much for your quick responses.
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