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Wolf Tooth ReMote 360º Dropper Lever Gives You All the Positions

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The new Wolf Tooth Components ReMote 360 uses a joystick-style lever with a universal clamp to let you position it anywhere, any way you like. Put it under or over, left or right, it’ll work around whatever else you have on your bar and fit your ergonomic preferences. Here’s how it works…

wolf tooth components remote 360 dropper lever

The design pulls cable from the center, rocking on the joystick’s edges in any angle you push it. That mounts on a swiveling base, which can also rotate around the handlebar.

wolf tooth components remote 360 dropper lever

The swivel mount is grooved to lock into place once you clamp it on to the bar, letting one bolt do all the work. The cable end slides into the lever and secures with a small bolt on its backside. A barrel adjuster provides fine-tuning.

wolf tooth components remote 360 dropper lever

The beauty of the design is also that you can mash it down, press it forward like normal, or even pull it up.

wolf tooth components remote 360 dropper lever

Work around any big displays or mounts…

wolf tooth components remote 360 dropper lever mounted on right side

…or just put it on the other side if you have a big suspension lockout lever taking up left-side bar space. It pulls up to 8mm of cable, making it compatible with most dropper posts.

Price is $59.95, black and pewter only. Available now.

WolfToothComponents.com

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Michael
Michael
3 months ago

Just from looking at it, I worry with it being such a small target that I would miss hitting it with my thumb or slip off of it.

JNH
JNH
3 months ago
Reply to  Michael

It’s not really a problem in use. The push from any angle aspect is very handy (heh) and means the post still functions even if you don’t quite push it square on. I’ve been using a Chinese knock off lever like this with a Gravity Dropper for years now.

Laxonthree
Laxonthree
3 months ago

Legit!

Joe
Joe
3 months ago

Yep Components called, they want their design back! Poor copy.

Claude
Claude
3 months ago

as it’s copied from Yep, I can tell you may also use it with your index finger. I started after injuring my thumb, and never looked back

Tom
Tom
3 months ago
Reply to  Claude

reminds me of the time I crashed and sprained my left thumb. Rest of the ride was pure torture to activate the dropper. This would have solved that problem.

Eurowner
Eurowner
3 months ago

Maverick American designed and brought this lever to market in 2005, called the Joystick. CB and XFusion used the design with permission from Maverick. It has been copied by many companies since.

Dockboy
Dockboy
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurowner

I really like this execution, though. With that pivoting clamp you can really dial in the position of the lever.

paquo
paquo
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurowner

ah yes my first dropper the Maverick Speedbal, it lasted a few months, but what a revelation

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