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Can I change the gear leaver on my VL8oo k5 from a h+t

Can I change the gear leaver on my VL8oo k5 from a heel and toe to the standard toe change with out any problems. I never use the heel change and am used to the toe change.
Can I grind the heel bit off or do I have to buy a new unit ?
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You can grind it off or buy another lever.To buy another,you will still have the original if you resell the bike.Nothing will create a problem.Hope this helps

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