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    Throttle levers

    I have a new to me 2004 FXHO Cruiser. Has 73 hrs. Last time I rode it for 2-4 hours. Next morning my middle throttle finger is messed up bad froM arthritis (Iím 65 and also race motorcycles so that doesnít help). I am wondering if there is anything I can do to make using the throttle easier on my fingers? Do the aftermarket billet ones help at all? I wear gloves when riding. Have lubed the throttle cable. Does anyone make a bigger lever or can the thumb ones like a old Seadoo be fitted? I jet ski about 100 hrs a year here in central FLorida.


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    Frequent Poster Lee Taylor's Avatar
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    Re: Throttle levers

    You need a throttle that locks in place. You may have to create your own. I do not think you will find one on the shelf. I had a motorcycle in the 70's that had a locking throttle. This is what you need

    2002 Yamaha. FX140. MR-1, 1000cc. Cruiser
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    Re: Throttle levers

    Thank you! I have that on my street motorcycle. Gave me something to think about.


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