Even for those running a 1X setup and plenty of real estate on the bars, sometimes getting that dropper lever in just the right place and out of harms way is not all that easy. There have been some nifty conversions like Problem Solver’s not so quick fix to turn a SRAM shifter into a dropper lever, but ReMounts has a few solutions up their sleeves that are simple and inexpensive.
Drop past the break and check out where all you can put that pesky little lever now…
Often when I’ve installed a dropper lever, it has an odd angle. Or it would fit perfect, if it I could put it exactly where I like my brake lever. Lindarets’ new ReMounts really open things up by giving you up to six mounting positions and an angle adjustment on the SRAM Matchmaker and Shimano Spec I & II units. The Shimano Spec A & B unit does not have the angle adjustment but that shouldn’t be a problem given the numerous options you have with this. These new versions also sit further forward than the Remount 22 we featured this past Spring keeping it out of the
danger knee zone. The new Remounts are constructed of CNC machined 6061 aluminum with a Derlin boss & stainless hardware, and are 65-70% made in the USA.
Above, Shimano Spec I & II ReMounts. Below, versions for Shimano Spec A & B.
Pricing (all pricing includes free ground shipping within USA):
- ReMount Shimano IS-AB: $29.95
- ReMount Shimano IS-II: $29.95
- ReMount SRAM MM: $29.95
- ReMount SRAM MM with MMX hardware: $34.95
- ReMount IS-AB: ~ January 11, 2016
- ReMount IS-II: ~ January 11, 2016
- ReMount MM: Now
- ReMount MM with MMX hardware:
- Limited availability: Now
- Full availability: ~ January 20, 2016
- All ReMount IS-AB preorders receive a 15% discount ($25.45 shipped)
- All ReMount IS-II preorders receive a 15% discount ($25.45 shipped)