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Bman_145 Bman_145
9/17/2019 2:47 PM

I was talking with a friend about weird aftermarket parts from back in the day and these levers came up with the dramatic finger notches in them. Anyone remember who made them? Thanks

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tp4 tp4
9/17/2019 2:49 PM

sunline products

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Zooki Zooki
9/17/2019 3:29 PM

Pro Style

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wpark89 wpark89
9/17/2019 3:47 PM

Those were sold by O’Neal....they were called O’neal Pro Style levers. Had them in 92 on my RM 80

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Spergen Spergen
9/17/2019 5:00 PM

Was thinking Answer off the top of my head but think you are right with O'Neal

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dsmith dsmith
9/17/2019 7:18 PM

In the early 80's ...for bmx they were tech 2 's
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scte3.0 pro-line trinity tekin

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wpark89 wpark89
9/17/2019 7:58 PM

For sure sure it was O’neal. I was a support rider during these years.

O’neal was a great sponsor to have as they had a huge catalog and were still a distributor for lots of other brands. You could get bars, grips, levers, backgrounds, numbers, Maxima Oil, FMF, Yokohama tires, Sunstar, Moto Air Filters...everything you needed to moto back then.

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silver753 silver753
9/17/2019 9:11 PM

DeHandlers!

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lostboy819 lostboy819
9/17/2019 9:16 PM
silver753 wrote:

DeHandlers!

Delandlers were the first shorty plastic and then aluminum levers from goldbelt and then Sunline and endorsed by DeCoster and Hannah hence the name DeHandlers. If you got WD40 on the plastic ones they would break instantly

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Ed Johnson

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lostboy819 lostboy819
9/17/2019 9:19 PM
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Ed Johnson

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KHI Guy KHI Guy
9/18/2019 3:32 PM

Multiple companies made/sold them. I still have a few laying around somewhere...silver, black, and neon green with some paint splatter look.

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Ken202 Ken202
9/18/2019 3:55 PM
silver753 wrote:

DeHandlers!

lostboy819 wrote:

Delandlers were the first ...more

And they came in colors too. I had yellow ones on my ‘78 RM80. Super trick at the time. lol

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lostboy819 lostboy819
9/18/2019 8:57 PM
KHI Guy wrote:

Multiple companies ...more

I forgot about the paint splatter look levers. smile

Ed Johnson

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