dropper lever, what do you think?

shrpshtr325

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#21
i actually havent had any problems with or without gloves on the bontrager lever, FWIW . . . just thinking about it since the bike is currently in pieces anyways . . .
 

one piece crank

Well-Known Member
#23
Specialized includes two levers with their Command Post IRcc. I use this one:
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They also supply one like this, that replaces the clamp on the Specialized grip, but I don't like my levers that close to the grip. If you are considering a grip-shift, you may like this one.
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#24
Specialized includes two levers with their Command Post IRcc. I use this one:
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They also supply one like this, that replaces the clamp on the Specialized grip, but I don't like my levers that close to the grip. If you are considering a grip-shift, you may like this one.
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I have the baby paddle I hate it, it's a rush to drop the seat before getting sack tapped by it and I have to re position my hand to make the full throw. I've moved it around to get it better to no luck
 

shrpshtr325

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#25
so it seems like since the bontrager lever is the same style as the wolftooth/pnw levers, the cost to upgrade is only going to get a minimal benefit and since i have no problems with this one functioning Im going to do my best to resist upgradeitis here and hopefully the urge will pass. . . . . .
 
#26
I installed a PNW loam lever. It so much smoother and easier to push than the fox lever. I have used the wolf tooth and they basically feel the same as far as action goes. The fox lever also squeeked from day 1.
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