Hi, I'm fairly new to the forum and have an R60/5 1972. Whilst I'm generally finding the ergonomics great, I have some issues with the comparatively long reach required to pull the front brake lever. As I have some arthritis, I'd just like to find a way to get the lever in closer to the handlebar grip. I've done a bit of cold-bending by putting a tube over the lever and gently and progressively edging it inward, but I'm still finding that I have to kind of gather the lever in quite a way before it starts to apply the shoes to the drum. Conversely, if I then screw the adjuster out further, the reach is so long that I can't apply much force. While looking at the Motobins (UK) website, I noticed that the R60/6 lever has a dogs-leg which would presumably bring it closer in. Does anyone know if it would fit onto the /5 throttle housing? Here are a couple of pics from their website, they are obviously different, but the pivot-point / mounting angle do look quite similar: Maybe someone has tried this before…?