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    Does anyone have a Honda CRF50 or CRF70 handy?

    Wondering if someone could measure the length of the shift lever from center of splint to center of lever. Please

    Trying to convert an Ohvale for someone with big feet - looks like the CRF50 shift lever might be the solution.
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    Center to center on the Ohvale shifter is 135mm...alternatively, anyone know of one shorter, like 110mm and with no, or almost no, offset.
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    My 50 shift lever has been bent so many times it might not be a good measuring tool. If you can give me a diagram or picture of where you need the measurements from, I'll be more that glad to try and get some for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rab McNaught View Post
    Center to center on the Ohvale shifter is 135mm...alternatively, anyone know of one shorter, like 110mm and with no, or almost no, offset.
    look at xr100 shifters. hell i may even have one in my garage ill look tonight but try to remind me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Hodges View Post
    My 50 shift lever has been bent so many times it might not be a good measuring tool. If you can give me a diagram or picture of where you need the measurements from, I'll be more that glad to try and get some for you.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/78jyqasfua...43.45.jpg?dl=0

    Yes. Above is what I have. Looking for something shorter and preferably no offset.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan Pence View Post
    look at xr100 shifters. hell i may even have one in my garage ill look tonight but try to remind me
    Iíll check them too. I found on google that cr50f ones are 10.5cm but no idea without going into a dealer and checking. Xr100 might be the same part. Thanks


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    xr100 is straight looks like what you got in the pic. look at the p/n s they probably are the same. I'll try to find one tonight and measure it for you.

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    Different part numbers. Can't really tell from the parts fiche whether either is likely to be longer than the other. My hope is that the CRF50F will be shorter, just because it's a shorter form factor of bike.

    I'm also making an assumption here that every spline is identical - diameter of about 11mm and have the same number of teeth. Ohvale 160cc engines are generic, made in China engines and look the same as a grom engine, so I'm hoping that these engines follow Japanese standards.

    CRF50F
    PEDAL, GEARSHIFT (COO) (24701-GEL-305)

    XR100
    PEDAL, GEARSHIFT
    24701-KSJ-305 Supercedes: 24701-KN4-A60

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    CRF50 lever is curved to get around the "clutch" basket. Also appears to be offset by about 1cm ...and, yes. 105mm

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    Could you measure the length please ? I can deal with 1cm offset. Thatís not too much compared to a TTR125


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