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Old 03-28-22, 10:02 AM
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Unknown Shimano series?

I found this Shimano brake levers labeled BL 7325
To which series do they belong? Any info?
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Old 03-28-22, 10:22 AM
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Not sure, but the 7300 series is Dura-ace.
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Old 03-28-22, 10:45 AM
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I believe that's a Z, not a 7. Probably a non-series part.
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https://si.shimano.com/pdfs/ev/EV-BL...Z323-0738A.pdf
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Upper entry level, Shimano Z-series, BL-Z325, introduced for the 1986 model year.

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That page made me think about those Shimano BL-Z32 extension levers.
If they're the ones I remember, they were GREAT!
Can't really tell from the photo, but they were very beefy off the lever and actually made me feel good the few times I used them.
NOT like the flexy knitting needles that Dia-Compe used.

Better representation from the PDF spec sheet:

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