Sparticus· Out spokin'
In cog? Neato!
That's interesting. I went over to thingverse, searched "shimano knob" and ran across this. It's kind of what I was imagining with JB Weld, but 3D printing would be better suited to the task. (the other thing I thought of was borrowing a fork's rebound adjuster knob if it's the right size hex key)I found this on the DIY forum here, maybe this would work..?
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Same here. I've heard you can get someone to print stuff at fiverr, but haven't done that either. Surely someone around here knows if you're really interested. A new thread title asking about 3D printing would get more specific responses. I doubt it'd cost much to make/ship given the size or possibly a group/bulk order if it got enough interest.Cool that there's a way to make it happen without buying a whole new lever.
Meanwhile I don't have a 3D printer.
Thanks just the same,
Thanks, Steve — those Flo levers look super-pro.Go for bling...
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Damn, that's not a bad idea.Just cut 2 small prices of your allen key, glue into the holes and glue a cap on it.
You can replace me with an upper tier. If you want to splurge you could go withI’ve got Deore levers that require a 2.5mm allen to adjust throw. I hate that.
Want the tool-free knobs that allow fingertip adjustment.
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Are these knobs/screws available or do I have to buy whole new levers? Not doing that, BTW.
I'm thinking GI Joe action figure heads. But could be whatever action figures your into Star wars could be another option.Damn, that's not a bad idea.
What sort of cap do you envision?
Gotcha. Thanks again.I'm thinking GI Joe action figure heads. But could be whatever action figures your into Star wars could be another option.
I seem to, yeah.I adjust the reach on my levers once, is that something you guys fiddle with from ride to ride?