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SRAM - Avid Lever Internals Service Kit

6 Reviews
SKU: SRMLVRINTSVCKT
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Right Kit wrong Oring

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Kit was excellent. Except it didn't have the o ring I needed. That's not to say one was missing, its more that the one I needed was to seal the body to the piston chamber. Which after more googling, I found a hand note on a drawing, that oring can't be replaced, you have replaced the whole body. So I threw the caliper in the bin and bought a shimano brake kit.

Excellent Service!

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This kit has all the bits for you lever service. One of my kits was missing parts, MTB Direct sent a new kit no worries

Service kit.

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Haven't recieved it.

Solution to an annoying SRAM issue

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Fixed the known issue of the SRAM Piston sticking due to hot weather that a lot of the Guide levers have troubles with. Removing the cir-clip (even with cir-clip pliers) took many profanities and an annoying amount of time. Ended up just bending it with a very small screwdriver to get it out. If you have not done this job before be prepared for the nasty DOT fluid, which can end up anywhere. Also note that a bleed kit is quite essential to complete this job. The winner in all of this is SRAM who is making a decent amount of $$$ from this convenient part failure. Shimano or any other brand of brake will be on my next bike.

SRAM / Avid Lever Internals Service Kit

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Brilliant product. Saved me a fortune from having to buy a replacement Avid elixir9 lever assembly

Problem solved

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This item solved the issue of sticking pistons in the older version sram Guide brakes. I measured the new piston diameter- 9.25mm while the old one was 9.5mm. This small difference in diameter has fixed the issue even in hot weather.

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