What is the name of the bullet-shaped cable stop that goes on the backside of aero drop-bar brake levers? I can't seem to locate them anywhere online, and even if a LBS has them, it might be complicated to ask for them without carrying one in with me. Possibly I'd have more luck obtaining spares if I knew what they're called.
For reference, the two lever sets I own that use this type of cable stop are DiaCompe "Blaze" (for sidepull and centerpull brakes) and DiaCompe "Edge" (for V brakes) - since I suppose some other designs might not use separate cable stops. I still have the stops that came with the Blaze levers when purchased new, but am constantly in fear of losing them, and the Edge levers were bought secondhand and came without the proper cable stops. I've been making do with universal brake lever cable stops like this one on the Edge levers for the time being. For all I know, this may be the only alternative.
As an aside, I've been using non-aero-style mount loops for the Edge levers since they also came without those, and they make mounting and adjustment quite complicated. Haven't yet found a source for getting replacement aero-type mounting loops (like what came with my Blaze levers) for a reasonable price (i.e. $30 for loops seems silly for a lever set that cost $20).