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Yes it's bent alot-just replace it instead of trying to bend it back and breaking something else-I bought one to cut up and extend it one inch think it cost me 15 bucks with a new rubber end-the rubber end is real hard to take off and put on the replacement-I gave up trying
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Difficult to tell from those pic's... maybe another photo with the POV from the riders perspective looking straight down.

Shift pedals made of steel can be straightened, but it would need to be removed from the bike and clamped in a heavy duty bench vise to do so. As motorboy said, trying to straighten it on the bike could break or damage something else.

Or you could just replace it with a new one, as they are not very expensive.

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Hi, if I need to find a replacement how can I obtain the part number? Its just called "shift pedal" or is it "shift lever" ?

Here I laid down on the floor and took a picture completely parallel:



These cost $40 from what I saw on Amazon. Maybe I am using the wrong search terms

Edit: I found this one but it only says CBR300 and i dont know if it will fit CB300F:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/HONDA-OEM-S....c100005.m1851

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Hi, if I need to find a replacement how can I obtain the part number? Its just called "shift pedal" or is it "shift lever" ?

Here I laid down on the floor and took a picture completely parallel:

These cost $40 from what I saw on Amazon. Maybe I am using the wrong search terms
Try this for part numbers. Good Luck, you should be able to use the OEM numbers anywhere.
https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ho...c-cb300f/pedal
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Try this for part numbers. Good Luck, you should be able to use the OEM numbers anywhere.
https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ho...c-cb300f/pedal
Yup, that's the one.

@King CobRa... it's reference #2 ( P/N 24720-KYJ-000) in the partzilla listing airhead83 posted above.
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An exposed schematic always helps me see what all I've actually torn up, and what pieces I need to order. I also find these diagrams really helpful in how something is attached.. and can see there's another (fill in the blank) I need to order that I didn't see looking at the bike.
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Thanks guys,

So is that the consensus that I need to replace it? Now that you see the extra photographs? I feel stupid to ask but since i bought the bike used I have no idea what a proper shift lever is supposed to look like.

That seller on craigslist really screwed me over and took advantage of my lack of experience. And i was too trusting when i assumed "The bike only has 1900 miles, what could possibly be wrong with it?"

This is an expensive lesson, bent handlebars, bent brake lever, forks out of alignment and now I learn bent shift lever and God only knows what else he covered up with paint. I was the 3rd owner of the bike at 1900 miles
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Forget Amazon for OEM Honda parts, you'll end up paying a lot more than if you go to a local Honda motorcycle dealer. Partzilla has decent discounts on factory parts, but you'll need to order enough parts to offset the shipping cost.

IMO nearly everything offered on Amazon is marked up a lot, and can be had for less elsewhere.
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This is an expensive lesson, bent handlebars, bent brake lever, forks out of alignment and now I learn bent shift lever and God only knows what else he covered up with paint. I was the 3rd owner of the bike at 1900 miles
Maybe not so expensive. The bike sounds like it's mechanically sound for you so far. I don't remember you saying anything about parts dropping off in the highway. Cosmetic stuff you can see and decide to replace or not.. Not so much with internal problems. Replace the pieces that bother you and enjoy the rest.
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Looks off from the top-down perspective, but I certainly wouldn't have noticed it either. But now I think I'm picking up the various things to look for on future purchases — including shift levers! So thanks
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