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You know those brake levers that have the 5-position click-dial so you can adjust the position of the lever even if you have hydraulic brakes?
Has anyone found a set of those that fits the Grizzly 700?
Or, is there some other way to adjust where the brake engages so the lever gets closer to the handlebar before it stops?

My wife is interested in riding my Grizzly but she is having trouble with the brake levers.

I could get a standard replacement set, heat them up, and bend them, but I'd rather do it more high-tech and adjustable on the fly.
I have adjusted the angle of the throttle and that helped a bit. I've ordered a Mad Dog Gear throttle extender too.
But not sure that's going to be enough.
 

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If I were you and really wanted this, I would take off the front brake lever, got to your nearest Yamaha dealer with the best in-stock OEM and aftermarket inventory, and start comparing your lever to lever they have there. Don't worry about finding an adjustable one yet, just find which models it is interchangeable with. Partzilla doesn't show your exact lever being used in other models, but that doesn't mean others won't have the same general fitup. Looks like an FZ-07 OEM and aftermarket levers are both adjustable, and look very similar to yours:
Once you find a street bike with a lever that can bolt up to the Grizz's, then search for adjustable aftermarket levers for that model.
 

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I may just end up buying a set of stock replacements, heating up the old ones and bending them.
 
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