Shimano SL-MT500 Seatpost Dropper Lever

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Description

The Shimano SL-MT500 Seatpost Dropper Lever brings smooth lever operation, excellent ergonomics, and the option of clutter-free integration with your Shimano brake levers to a super affordable price point. The MT500 dropper remote is part of the Deore range and has inherited many of its features from the XT level MT800 lever.

Who's this item for: This remote is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a smooth and reliable dropper remote that will integrate nicely with Shimano brake levers.

Compatibility: Suitable for use with cable operated dropper post that clamps the cable at the lever.

Tension adjuster: Yes, there is a barrel adjuster on the remote for fine-tuning the cable tension.

Stand out features: Available in either 22.2mm bar clamp or I-Spec EV options to suit pretty much any MTB cockpit setup.

What's in the box:
  • 1x MT500 Remote
  • 1x 1800mm shifter cable
  • 1x 1500mm cable housing
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22.2mm Bar Clamp
$‎39.95
Black
Shimano I-Spec EV
$‎39.95
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Black - 22.2mm Bar Clamp4550170686642
Black - Shimano I-Spec EV4550170686659

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