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    MT 09 L/H Switchgear

    Hi, am after the L/H Side handlebar switchgear if anybody has 1 for sale.
    Or if anybody knows where theres a bike breaking for parts,much appreciated.
    thanks Mark
    You name it,
    its either got it or will have

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    When I saw the title I thought perhaps it was going to suggest an alternative that has the conventional arrangement for the horn and indicator switches.

    A few times I've had to waste precious seconds fumbling around trying to find the horn button with my thumb - fortunately it's not been a matter of life or death, but it could be one day.

    So - any suggestions? If anyone has, then maybe there'll be an OEM switch for sale!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    When I saw the title I thought perhaps it was going to suggest an alternative that has the conventional arrangement for the horn and indicator switches.

    A few times I've had to waste precious seconds fumbling around trying to find the horn button with my thumb - fortunately it's not been a matter of life or death, but it could be one day.
    Thought it was just me! I regularly ride six bikes, Yamaha and Kawasaki, and the MT is the only one that I have trouble with.
    Even just using the indicator it doesn't seem to fall in the natural position. Tried slackening the screws and rotating it then realised it is pegged, so I think the Dremel will have to come out.

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    I changed mine for one from a YBR 125. Less then 20 new. I had to cut the connector off and solder some wires. But all in it only took about 1 hour to change it over. It felt so good to have it all in the right place again.

    Darrel

 

 

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