Gear Shift Lever - Long - Honda CB/CL160/175/200/350/360/450 CB500T/750F/900F/1100F

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Honda long gear shift lever with rubber tip. Fits a wide range of Honda models and other Japanese bikes. Check the dimensions to see if it will work for your application.

NOTE: This lever is slightly different from the original lever for some of the models listed below.

We also have this shorter lever. Different bend, same spline diameter.

Similar to Honda part numbers: 24700-304-010, 24700-304-020, 24700-307-000, 24700-307-010, 24700-313-000, 24700-313-010, 24700-369-000, 24700-377-000, 24700-388-000, 24700-388-700, 24700-391-690, 24700-447-770, 24701-346-010, 24700-369-000, 24701-379-690, 24701-375-000, 24700-375-000, 24701-388-000, 24700-388-000, 24701-391-690, 24700-391-690, 24701-MC3-670, 24701-ME1-670


Spline Diameter: 11.5mm
Total Length: 5 3/4" (146mm)
Offset: 2 1/2" (64mm)

Fits Honda:

CB160 Sport - 1965-1969
CL160 Scrambler - 1966-1968
CB175K Super Sport - 1969-1973
CL175K Scrambler - 1968-1973
SL175K Motosport - 1970-1972
XL175 - 1973-1978
CB200 - 1974
CB200T - 1975-1976
CL200 Scrambler - 1974
CB350K Super Sport - 1968-1973 (Can be used in place of original linkage shift lever)
CB350G Super Sport - 1973 (Can be used in place of original linkage lever shift lever)
CL350K Scrambler - 1968-1973 (Can be used in place of original linkage shift lever)
CB360 - 1974
CB360G - 1974
CB360T - 1975-1976
CJ360T - 1976-1977
CL360K Scrambler - 1974-1975
CB450K Super Sport - 1965-1974
CL450K Scrambler - 1968-1974
CB500T Twin DOHC - 1975-1976
CB750F Super Sport - 1979-1982
CB750K - 1979-1982
CB750SC Nighthawk - 1982-1983
CB900F Super Sport - 1981-1982
CB1100F Super Sport - 1982-1984

Fits Kawasaki:

KZ400 - 1974-1978
KZ400B - 1978-1979
KZ400H LTD - 1979

Fits Suzuki:

GS650 GL - 1981-1983

Fits Yamaha:

XJ550 Maxim - 1981-1983
XJ550 R Seca - 1981-1983

Fits many other models. Check the dimensions to see if it will work for your application.

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  • 1
    Gear Shift Lever Long Honda

    Posted by Jeffrey A. Bates on 7th Jun 2022

    I saw comments in previous reviews that this lever does not fit correctly, but I decided to take a chance. to be clear this lever does not fit a 1980 CB750F. Makes contact with the side stand spring making it unable to downshift. Not sure about other models but won't work on the above application.

  • 5
    Gear shift lever

    Posted by JOHN BARRETT on 1st May 2022

    A perfect fit and preferable to the original short lever.

  • 5
    Great fitment,

    Posted by Timothy Daugherty on 20th Jan 2022

    Solved a shifting problem, fit great.

  • 3
    1980 Honda cb750f

    Posted by Marcelle Dominguez on 21st Dec 2020

    This shift lever would be perfect if it fit my bike. (It says it does in the description) Unfortunately it is curved to where it hits my side stand. If I position it differently it would fit, but it would be near impossible to shift gears :(

  • 5
    Shift Lever

    Posted by Cole on 12th Oct 2020

    Fit perfect on my 1975 CB360

  • 4
    Good alternative!

    Posted by DBall on 31st Jan 2020

    Fits well, eliminates shift linkage.

  • 2
    Did not fit my 1972 CL175

    Posted by Ruky Somasundera on 12th Oct 2019

    I bought it to replace the shorter shift lever that I had trouble getting my foot under to upshift. First off this had an obvious bend/curve to the design that it looked like it was the right solution. However when you measure the distance from the pivot point to the end of the lever, it was very close to the length of the shorter one. This had me wondering if this was the correct part. This shifter however, had a long bend in it. When I installed it on my bike the bend was protruding out so much it would hit the foot pegs and not clear it in order to mount the foot pegs back on to the frame. So I put the shift lever on a vise stretched it out buy hammering in the bend. This increased the length from the pivot point to end of shifter just enough to be able to ride my bike wearing shoes (size 10.5). Ultimately the shift lever looks pretty mangled due to the rather canibalistic measure I took to stretch it and reshape it to fit on my bike. I don’t think this was the right solution for me.

  • 5
    Works great

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2019

    This product went on great and workd great

  • 4
    '70 CL175 shifter satisfaction.

    Posted by David Millis on 29th Apr 2019

    Totally eliminated "missed" shifts, due to extra room for boot. Had the reform lever a bit to work ideal. But am happy!