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I did a search on the forum prior to posting this; if it's already been addressed I apologize.

Will brake levers compatible with a 2013 Iron work on my 2014? All the websites seem to stop compatibility at 2013.

So, dropped my 2014 Iron for the first time tonight. Even though there is snow on the ground, I did it on dry pavement and the main cause was my carelessness. I broke the end off my brake lever (the little knob) and want to replace it.

Even HD's site only lists one lever (set at $100) and the only comment says it fits poorly.

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2013 and 2014 are different part numbers.

2013 part number: 46946-06A
2014 part number: 41700008

Might fit, I haven't seen either one. Just checked factory parts books.
 

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And very sorry to read of the fall... happens to the best of us... well, to all of us really, lol. Happy to read that there was little damage.

You can just buy the stock lever for around 40.00 from a vendor that provides 20% discount (Jon @ HornyToad HD or New Castle HD)

With the changes on the brake system... in the touring bikes we are looking at hydraulic clutch levers that are different from the old ones... I am too waiting for the aftermarket to catch up and provide alternatives...
 

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And very sorry to read of the fall... happens to the best of us... well, to all of us really, lol. Happy to read that there was little damage.

You can just buy the stock lever for around 40.00 from a vendor that provides 20% discount (Jon @ HornyToad HD or New Castle HD)

With the changes on the brake system... in the touring bikes we are looking at hydraulic clutch levers that are different from the old ones... I am too waiting for the aftermarket to catch up and provide alternatives...

Wachuko, thanks for the kind words and the link to that great HD OEM search engine. I used the fall as an excuse to buy some Joker Machine levers I had been debating anyway, and a modular helmet (I needed $100 more to qualify for free shipping; I'm sure my wife will understand!).

We already had a good 10" of snow, but my plan is as long as the roads are clear, I'm riding to work!
 
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