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PNW Components Loam Dropper Lever Kit

6 Reviews
SKU: PNWLMLVR
RRP: $100.00
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A boss lever

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This lever is awesome. The paddle is large and super easy to manipulate with the silicone pad. It was also easy to install and adjust - once I ran the cable from the dropper to the lever, I got the ideal thumb position and stroke for me first try.

$100 is not cheap for a lever, but the Loam has a real premium aftermarket feel, certainly better than a stock lever if one is inclined to personalise. There were two minor letdowns - the decision to include only an inner cable with no sheath (which is inconvenient for a newbie install, otherwise might have been left out and reduced the price a little), and the black anodizing on the back of the lever scraped off fairly easily when trying to get the cable end through. Neither letdown is a dealbreaker and I do not regret the choice!

Great lever

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Nice smooth action with a comfortable and grippy lever. All the adjustment options are nice too.

Great leaver!

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Bought this for my winter hard tail, and it felt good. Only realised just how fantastic it was when I jumped back on the Enduro rig and didn’t have it. Such a good leaver feel, big leaver makes it easy to use and the rubber makes it feel great and super grippy! I ordered a second for the enduro

I Said Lever Alone!

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I bought the Loam Lever to go with the PNW Bachelor post. It's smooth, perfectly located for easy actuation without having to twist your hand around, and super easy to install.

*PLEASE NOTE* Although the lever comes with an inner cable, it does NOT come with cable housing. Luckily, the housing from a discarded 2x front shifter I had lying around was just the right length. So make sure you either have a bit spare, or be prepared to purchase some. A disappointing omission from what is otherwise a top-notch product.

Quality

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Quality product that looks great on my bike thank you

Great Product, no regrets

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I love small companies and the uniqueness they can bring to the market. This loam lever by PWN feels awesome, looks awesome and is 100% better than my vertical lever I previously used. If you are caught between paying the extra $$ - I recommended, if you only get 1 lever might as well get a good one

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