Paul Components Cross Lever Brake Lever

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Inline secondary brake levers have become almost a must-have onThe cross circuit. Go faster and ride with more control by braking fromTheTops. With secondary levers you can carry more speed intoThe barriers before braking atThe last minute. Works with both cantilever or linear-pull brake calipers Full CNC construction Hinged clamps for easy installation 136g/pair ChooseThe sizeThat matchedThe diameter of your handlebars clamp area

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Cross lever cables hitting each other.

I just picked up a used Bianchi Roger. It has Cane Creek cross levers on each side of the stem, along with the brake levers on the hoods. But when I use the levers by the stem, the cables are so close to each other, when I pull one lever the cable swings out and pulls the cable on the other lever. T ... Read More »

Cross (Interrupter) Lever Fit

I want to add interrupter levers to my cross bike with standard 25.4mm clamp drop handlebars. Tektro has some that seem fine for my needs but they only offer them in 24mm and 26mm. This seems to be the norm. Should I go smaller which will give me 1mm of clamping or bigger with shims. I've seen b ... Read More »

brake lever issue - cross post from begineers forum

This is my post in the begineers forum, seeking help with a brake lever issue. Not sure how to cross-reference to that, so I've copied it below. Any input would be appreciated: So I posted up here like so many about getting back into the saddle and getting a new bike etc. Instead I got some new ... Read More »

road sti lever on a 29er **monster cross bike**

I'm thinking of mounting a set of 9sp. dura ace levers of my 2008 fisher paragon.I guess the rear will work fine with a standard 9sp. with a xtr del, and a 12-28.If I use double ft sti with a triple mt crank but set it up with double rings with this work ?? or do I need to go with a triple set up., ... Read More »

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