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Wolf Tooth Dropper ReMote Spare Parts

5 Reviews
SKU: WTCRMTSPRPRT
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Simple & effective

by

Needed this to convert from MMX clamp to standard bar clamp to work with a TRP brake, simple to use and does exactly what it says on the packaging!

Well designed money saving item

by

Well designed replacement piece for the wolf tooth lever. If you have a crash and accidentally hit your lever it will snap st this point which is only a $10 part. Saves you from having to replace the whole remote system.

Money saver

by

Wolf tooth lever part replacement that has saved me from having to replace the whole lever after breaking it after a crash. Works as intended by the manufacturer.

Overpriced Rubbish

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Rubbish! thread stripped on first use.this crap went straight in the bin.

Got me going again

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Broke my wolf tooth remote first ride with my knee. The $10 axle was easy to replace. I bought 2 of them to have a spare on standby.

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