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Old 06-09-04, 08:39 PM   #1
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Anyone want to sell an extra brake lever?

I'm looking for a working brake lever, the kind used on the ends of bullhorn bars. I figure since I'll only need one for the front brake, it'd be kinda silly to buy two. If someone else bought two and is only using one, I can help you recoup your losses a little.
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I'm looking for a working brake lever, the kind used on the ends of bullhorn bars. I figure since I'll only need one for the front brake, it'd be kinda silly to buy two. If someone else bought two and is only using one, I can help you recoup your losses a little.
is that the same kind that you can put near your stem, or does it go into the end of the handlebar? i don't have either for you, just wondering because i want to change from the aero lever on one side of the handlebar setup, and might be able to split a pair with you if they're the same. somehow i think they're not though...let me know
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Old 06-09-04, 09:55 PM   #3
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is that the same kind that you can put near your stem, or does it go into the end of the handlebar? i don't have either for you, just wondering because i want to change from the aero lever on one side of the handlebar setup, and might be able to split a pair with you if they're the same. somehow i think they're not though...let me know
it's the one that goes into the end of the handlebar
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it's the one that goes into the end of the handlebar
see now, you've edumacated me

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Old 06-10-04, 08:07 PM   #5
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i just bought a set of cane creek cx levers. they are pretty awesome... not what you wanted but i only need one as well so the other is up for grabs.
as you might have guessed from that ridiculous thread i started.... yes the clamp diameter is 26.0mm.
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