Cane Creek Drop V Brake Lever

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Cane Creek Drop V Brake Levers. All Cane Creek components feature subtle refinements that show their mettle in the most demanding conditions, from one season to the next. Cane Creek products deliver immediately noticeable improvements in ride quality and performance. Cane Creek Drop V are forged 6061-T6 levers, high impact resin housing, molded exclusive compound rubber hood. 310 g per pair. Solves the problem of cable pull for the drop bar rider.

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Stack height recommendations (Hope v Chris King)? Need to drop...

Basically looking to drop abit of height and wondered whats the difference between the Hope (standard) and Chris King? Is there anything out there with a low(er) stack height that I could consider?Read More »

Cane Creek Drop V lever problem

I have a new set of these, which are supposedly virtually identical to a Tektro model. The problem is that they are both rattling like crazy, especially when I depress the levers. The problem is the quick release button which just shakes around loosely. When the lever is not engaged it is pretty wel ... Read More »

Cane Creek Drop V Levers ?

Sorry not a 29er specific question but since it is to build a drop bar 29er and the subject is brought up frequently here..... Where to find them in Australia or in France for a reasonable price ? I live in Australia and Cane Creek does not even list a distributor here. You can find some parts in ... Read More »

Price drop on my v-tach, just in time for X-mas, 2250CDN!!!

Taking a big hit on this one, someone is going to get lucky, I've got two so one gotta go.[url][/url]Read More »

Tektro RL 520 vs Cane Creek Drop Bar V Levers - Same Thing?

For all you monster cross fans out there... Are these levers the same thing? They look suspicously similar but the Cane Creek levers cost twice as much. If they are the same, I'm not sure the salamanders on the hoods and the Cane Creek logo are worth the extra cash. If they aren't the same, does ... Read More »

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