Happy Trails Products Billet Aluminum Rear Brake Mount KLR650 1987-2009

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Billet Aluminum Rear Brake Mount KLR650 1987-2009

 
$59.51
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HTP4-1-12
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Happy Trails Products

Quality USA Products: Your adventure is our goal! Every single Happy Trails part is hand made and quality checked right here in the USA to guarantee the highest quality products for your adventure.

The current average lead time is 5 weeks. We will send you a more accurate estimated ship date within 2 business days after your order is placed.

The CNC machined brake mounts are made from 6061 aluminum billet to replace the stock cast aluminum which is prone to failure.

Unlike others on the market, They come complete with a Teflon oilite bushing that needs no lubrication (a must for riding in fine sand and dust).

Note: This product will not fit on the 2011+ KLR650.

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Manufacturer SKU HTP4-1-12
California Restricted Product: No
Quality USA Products

Quality USA Products: Your adventure is our goal! Every single Happy Trails part is hand made and quality checked right here in the USA to guarantee the highest quality products for your adventure.

The current average lead time is 5 weeks. We will send you a more accurate estimated ship date within 2 business days after your order is placed.

Manufacturer: Happy Trails Products
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  • I bought this for my '97 KLR650. But there is no way it fits on my bike as advertised. My rear brake set up looks nothing like picture above. It has an entirely different shape that the mount on my bike. The mount on my bike is attached to the rear brake pedal and has no "swoop" to it; i.e., it's straight with no bend. So what do I need to do here? I don't want to throw $40 away for a part that doesn't fit. Thanks for your assistance.
    Question by: Ron Lambert on 2016-03-26 02:37:00

    I sent you some pictures earlier today, if it does not make sense send me a picture of your bike.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-03-25 22:37:00