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Old 11-20-02, 02:01 PM   #1
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Play in my RRR Levers on my Hayes Hydro Discs.

My levers have developed a lot of play and a sloppy mess.

I bought my bike used and these were already installed, so I don't have any manuals for the Hayes brakes or the Razor Rock Levers. Neither one of the company's websites have helped.

I did a search and read somewhere where this is a matter of replacing the bushings, and seems like an easy thing to do, but I have a couple of ?'s.

Where can I get new bushings? I understand that there is a clamping tool available for installing RR levers. Where do I get one of those?

Any step by step instruction would be much appreciated!

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Old 11-20-02, 04:47 PM   #2
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Pretty sure you can find the bushings here:

As for installation, I dont know........I just deal with my sloppy levers
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