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Old 01-26-2010, 09:26 AM
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Asking for some opinions here, these things look identical to Pazzo levers but for half the price. BIllet CNC aluminum, cant be "horrible" right?

Spring is right around the corner and after riding a buddys Buell Xb1200 with Pazzo's makes me want some for my f4i.

They ship from Hong Kong (not the worst news). This ebay sellers store consists of bike parts and condoms But hey the levers look nice!
 

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Old 01-26-2010, 10:23 AM
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They look similar. Who knows about the craftsman ship of them though. It would be worth a try i guess. I actually have the Pazzo levers that i bought used and love them. If you aren't buying soon i would check this forum or a couple others that people maybe selling theirs used.
 
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Yog I found the thread, it looks like you bought-up the last set that were for sale on this forum back in June.

I got my eyes open now for a deal
 
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Old 01-26-2010, 10:45 AM
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They do look similar,actually if you look at their pictures that are scrolling you will see they used a picture of a PAZZO lever installed on the bike.Makes me wonder.
 
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If it were me and I was forkin over 100+ on levers I'd buy shorties. I've been thinking about buying these http://www.allbikebrakes.com/product...and-PAZZO.html
 
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They do look similar,actually if you look at their pictures that are scrolling you will see they used a picture of a PAZZO lever installed on the bike.Makes me wonder.

Good eye! I asked him about the Pazzo lever in the picture and am waiting for a reply about brand names......
 
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Old 01-26-2010, 12:19 PM
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Here is an auction for some black pazzo's. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pazzo...24151002r30595

Not quite as cheap as the ones you posted but its a good 40+ savings since no one is bidding.
 
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So this is the response from the seller about brand names.....

Hi,
They are not Pazzo levers, but the supplier say their quality is as good as Pazzo levers. There is no brand for these levers.
Thank you
Toby"



No brand name? Are these being made by some china-man with a billet-machine shop in his basement?
 
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well, according to the site, they are made by the well known and reputable "Shinetrust Company." Oh wait a sec, maybe its "First Company." Or perhaps "tobyching" company. But hey, a 1 year warranty (riiight.) ain't bad. I just hope you're fluent in Chinese and that paying shipping costs isn't a problem.
 
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like that ebay link the OP post...said
"Remember what you pay is what you get, just pay a little more you can have top quality levers."


the ebay seller tells u straight up to buy something better...safter bet with pazzos ,crgs....ASV
 

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