ZTTO MTB Dropper Post Lever
No Slip Grip Smooth Bearing Maximum 11mm Pull distance Uses standard shifter cable and housing Free gift: zinc shifter inner wire
Compatible with All Cable Actuated Dropper Posts
The maximum cable pull travel is 11mm. The horizontal position of the remote lever could be adjustable for a total distance by 8 mm. We also have an integrated cable adjuster, makes cable adjustment much easier. Our remote lever is good for the dropper post with different cable barrel direction, for the dropper post that usually with barrels on the lever side, just cut the barrel and pinch the cable to the bolt.
You Deserve a Better Dropper Post Remote Lever
This is a high-quality super-smooth dropper post remote lever with sealed bearing that takes the place of a left shifter. The reason why you need this shifter type remote lever is obvious, you don’t need to move you hand away from the grips. That will make your riding much safer and you don’t need to think twice when you want to adjust your lever. There is no play between the lever and the body.
Oversized high quality sealed bearing and all stainless hardware for longevity and durability.
The Way to install the remote lever is easy, you don’t need to be a professional technician to finish the job.First,loosely attach the hinged clamp to your handlebar,rotate the dropper remote lever until the remote body is parallel to the brake lever and once finished,adjust the horizontal position of the lever according to the distance between the remote lever and the brake lever.Snug the main bolt to 1-2Nm. Finally secure the cable to the cable bolt and tighten it to 1-2Nm.
about 8mm of adjustment to get your perfect placement, making it the most adjustable lever on the market.
Broke a Remote Lever?
The remote lever is a part that easily to break when you crash your bike. Did you ever considered why this little thing cost so much? For a long time, the dropper post remote lever is an expensive gadget. We make dropper post remote lever affordable for most people. We don’t need to design a failure point intentionally. When you could change the whole thing with the price of a fixing part, who need a failure point to sacrifice strength and reliability?