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We purchased a Harley-Davidson with the Roadsmith trike kit on it. The previous owner had ALS and had the automatic clutch installed. Expensive lesson learned: use the proper oil and change it more often. The principle of this device is it has to slip, causing the oil to wear out quicker. It was failing on a trip, but got it home and to our mechanic. We changed the bike back to the regular clutch and had the easy pull installed for about $36.

Also, as mentioned, you can't park in gear and expect it to hold the bike from rolling. I used to carry a mini bungee and wrap it around the front brake lever, as the rear parking brake would not hold on any incline. I do miss being able to have it in gear at a light and not have to hold the clutch in though.

Michele Crown
Alstead, NH
Friday, September 29, 2017
I started riding at age once my children were grown. I found a women's motorcycle club (Spokes-Women, MC) and rode all over this beautiful country for 15 years. Took off a couple of years to care for my mother, but developed arthritis in my clutch hand. I haven't ridden in about six years but just couldn't give up my bike. If this product works for me, I will be ecstatic!

Linda Brown
Budd Lake, NJ
Saturday, September 23, 2017
I have had a Rekluse clutch on my Harley TriGlide for more than two years. I love it! It is important to realize that putting your bike in gear when you park no longer has any meaning—you are essentially in neutral. I depend on my emergency brake.

Marcella
Columbia, MD
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Rekluse sent me a clutch for my 2016 Indian Scout after I was hit on my 2015 Scout and suffered nerve damage in my left hand. They were so generous in helping me and their customer service is top notch. I would not be able to ride without this clutch. You will not be disappointed in this!

Audrey Benedict
Clever, MO
Sunday, September 3, 2017
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