Product DescriptionStraitline isThe undisputed leaders in aftermarket brake lever design.Theyll helpwith forearm fatigue, plusThey come in multiple colors! Works with Elixir CR brakes with aluminum blades Helps with forearm fatigue Made in Canada Anodized finish Will not work with Juicy brakes, or any Elixir brake not specifically listed above.
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