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Wolf Tooth Components brings new meaning to stealth droppers with limited edition all black ReMote LA

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Based on the performance of the Wolf Tooth Components ReMote alone, we know you already want one – assuming you have a compatible dropper post. It’s hard to imagine a much better version of a dropper post lever. That is, unless you’re picky about the looks. The original ReMote and ReMote LA are hardly offensive with a mostly black anodized finish with white laser etched graphics, but if you act fast you could score a ReMote in full stealth mode. The special edition is extremely limited though, so if you want one you should drop onto the WTC site as quickly as possible…

 

With the exception of the all black finish, the Limited Edition ReMote is the same stellar dropper lever that is almost universally loved. This particular edition is the ReMote LA for light action which uses a 10mm longer lever arm to reduce actuation force by 33%.

That makes it the preferred choice of droppers like the 9Point8 Fall Line, Easton Haven/RaceFace Turbine, Thomson, and Fox Transfer, though it will work with almost every other mechanical dropper as well. On the bottom of the lever you’ll still find the huge ball bearing pivot for silky smooth actuation, and there are mounting options for SRAM Matchmaker X, Shimano I-Spec I/II and A/B, and standard bars.

The only catch is that there have only been 75 of the Stealth ReMote LA levers made with no guarantees on more coming in the future. Pricing is the same as the standard ReMote LA at $69.95 for the 22.2mm bar clamp version.

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Old fut
Old fut
5 years ago

Despite being a fan of stealth and black stuff, i do like the silver head on the lever.

Steve
Steve
5 years ago

How the hell is a product minus the usual etching a worthy news story? Advertisement revenue I suppose ?

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