Wolf Tooth Barcentric Dropper Remote

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Description

The Wolf Tooth Barcentric Dropper Remote is a great lever options for those bikes with left shifters, lock out levers or eBike controls. The slim design makes it easy to fit between other clamps on the already crammed cockpit. The ring shaped lever can be rotation to any position you desire and the pivot point makes it easy to use offering extra leverage. A large sealed Enduro bearing ensures a smooth and easy actuation of your dropper post.

Who's this item for: Anyone looking for a sleek and minimal dropper remote that steers clear of other controls/levers on the cockpit.

Compatibility: Works with all cabled actuated dropper posts, both with droppers that the barrel end of the cable at the remote and those that have the barrel end at the post. Will clamp onto any MTB handlebar and rotated into the perfect position. 15mm of space is required on the handlebar.

Weight: 41g

Material: 6061-T6 aluminum

Pros: A great option for those with a cluttered cockpit. Brilliant execution of a slim dropper lever.

Cons:
Some might prefer the more traditional dropper remote
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Shifter Remote Mount
 
 
Black
22.2mm Bar Clamp
$‎109.95
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Black - 22.2mm Bar Clamp810006802771

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