Paul Component Love Lever Compact brake lever 22.2mm

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  • Love Lever

    The Love Lever is a lightweight long-pull brake lever designed for two-finger or three-finger operation and easy adjustment. The design balances comfort and weight without feeling flimsy in your hand. The Compact fits two fingers and the 2.5 fits three. The Love Lever Compact has a lever blade that is about 20mm shorter than the 2.5 model.

    These levers are compatible with all long-pull cable operated brakes. We recommend them for use with our Motolite brakes, but they will work well paired with any v-brake, long-pull mechanical disc brake, (like our Klamper), or any other long pull brake. For a short pull brake lever see our Canti Lever.

    These levers are machined in house to exacting specifications. The pivot features a dual sealed cartridge bearing for the smoothest, stiffest brake lever you will ever use. Like all our components, these will be serviceable for a lifetime.

    A 5mm set screw in the side of the lever perch allows you to adjust the reach, setting the distance from the bar to the lever to fit your hands.

    Barrel adjusters are included for fine-tuning your brakes and their oversized design and smooth shape makes it easy to adjust them by hand, even wearing thick winter gloves.

    Love Levers are one of our perennial best sellers, and we believe you’ll love the action and the ergonomics of these beauties.

    Technical Information
    • Material: 6061 Aluminum
    • Weight: Compact: 125g ; 2.5: 137g
    • Finish: Anodized
    • Anodized Color: Black or Silver
    • Cable Pull: Long Pull
    • Clamp Size: 22.2mm


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