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    Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 06:29
Hi, I need both clutch and brake levers for my 235 Lodola, Does anybody have any to sell please?
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There are usually some on ebay although they are expensive , I managed to repair mine with the help of a local welder for not much money . 
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Originally posted by old ginger fart old ginger fart wrote:

There are usually some on ebay although they are expensive , I managed to repair mine with the help of a local welder for not much money . 
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I was told they are alloy and not repairable? A clutch lever snapping I can accept but I would worry about a brake lever snapping!
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A proper weld done by someone who knows how to do it should be as strong as the original.
You could always add an extra support along the back edge of the lever, done carefully along the whole length you wouldn't notice.
 
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Originally posted by old son old son wrote:

Originally posted by old ginger fart old ginger fart wrote:

There are usually some on ebay although they are expensive , I managed to repair mine with the help of a local welder for not much money . 
Happy hunting 


I was told they are alloy and not repairable? A clutch lever snapping I can accept but I would worry about a brake lever snapping!

Take the levers to someone who knows what they are doing , although forums can be helpful at times some of the advice well meant is not always the best .
By the way the lever I had welded is the brake 
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