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Old 09-11-10, 08:06 PM   #1
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Front caliper brake with left-side pull?

I've seen front brakes with the pull on the left side. This cleans the cable routing when mounting the front lever on the right side. So, what are these calipers and where can I find one?
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I know some Shimano 600 brake calipers were lefty.
This might help you a bit.

http://www.velobase.com/ListComponen...b-744e641b65e3
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Thanks. I'll just cruise ebay, looking at pictures.

I thought that there might be a secret to modding an existing brake.
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