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Tektro Brake Levers RL341 vs 340 vs 520

Old 08-25-11, 08:54 PM
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Tektro Brake Levers RL341 vs 340 vs 520

I have no idea which one of these would be better or why...Does anybody have any suggestions based on experience for what would be better to get?




They're going with these brakes:

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Old 08-25-11, 08:57 PM
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BikeForums has a vast array of sub-forums. This really belongs in either 'general cycling' or 'mechanics'.
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read the ebay item descriptions all will be revealed
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First lever is compact for small hands, second lever is for normal hands, third lever is for linear pull V brakes which you don't have.
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