- Mar 15, 2009
Yep, mine were for Dupuytren's too. A light clutch pull, light throttle, and a throttle lock so I can rest the hand once in a while help a lot to keep me riding.gortnipper said:All the sympathy in the world, mate. I have had three surgeries on my hands for Dupuytren's contracture. My hand doc, the best in Auckland, says it is the most aggressive case he has ever seen. He said at 53, my hands are what he would expect from someone 70-80.