G'day Cruz, The TransAlp was sold in Australia from '87 - '88. I've a Australian Compliance version of each. The stocker I'm slowly assembling is an '87 model. My modded ride is the '88 version. Clutch Lever is: 53178-MG7-003 (correct per Ray's reply); Brake Lever: 53175-MM9-006. These numbers should be on Honda Australia's system, as I bought one of each lever several years ago. Not sure if they're still available. Possibly the reason they cannot find parts listings for the early TransAlp is that they need to look on a Microfiche. If they're a Honda dealer - they should know that. If there is some 'young know all' behind the counter (apologies for the generalisation..), then I'd suggest either they don't know how to operate a microfiche reader or they cannot be bothered. Either way, if they don't pick up their act - make a complaint to Honda in Melbourne. Some years ago I bought a copy of the microfiche and had it scanned and put onto a CD-ROM. This was done in Sydney for a small fortune. PM me your address if you would like me to mail you a copy. Then you can just go in to the shop and tell them the numbers or quote the numbers over the phone. Saves everyone time - most importantly yourself . I'd recommend printing out the manual & putting into a folder. Occassionally you may find they advise "sorry that number doesn't work". I then take the manual in and stick it in their face and say - "why not, here it is in the Honda manual". I've got the local dealer trained. I went to order a new Main Harness for the stock build up. I got the 'sorry, that number doesn't work story'. I took the manual in and suggested that they contact Honda Melbourne to see what's going on. After about 1/2hr standing there, they got off the phone and advised that Honda would recognise the number - just had never had one ordered in Australia, ever - so it was never originally put on the parts system. About 2 weeks later the harness arrived from Japan to the dealer. Anyway, just don't put up with any crap service. If they can't get motivated to help - elevate it with a complaint to Honda. Cheers, Dan.