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Old 07-03-2019, 10:44 AM   #1
Steve Plucker
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Default The Rear Brake Camshaft Lever...A-2235R-2236L

So you have two (2) Rear Brake Camshaft Levers...A-2235 Right and A-2236 Left to assemble on to the rear backing plates.

HOWEVER...there are no markings on them to distinguish Right from Left.

What are some ways to determin Right from Left?

When each are assembled on the Left side for instance, one lever is angled differently than the other...so which would be correct?

One lever is angled inward, the other is angled outward when assembled to the Left rear backing plate.

Have no assembled rear backing plates to compair to.



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