Question about Mountain Shimano Revoshift Bicycle Shifter/brake Lever Part 93

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I don't know what it's called, but after 21 years the "auxiliary brake lever" that stops the rear wheel from turning broke off my bike. That's the best I can do to name it. It's not the brake lever that comes with the new bike, it's one you add and when you use it, you don't have to reach way down and under to grasp the "normal" brake lever. Okay, not a very good explanation but I hope it's enough so that you'll know what I'm talking about. I can't fix it and I need a new lever. I hope somebody still makes them.

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  • lifeform666 Aug 04, 2010

    Please ignore that "Problem with..." I don't even know what a "Revoshift" is. I've got a Trek 420 touring bike.

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You might look at the shifters very closely and try to determine the make of the brake lever, then the model.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ACTIF-BICYCLE-BRAKE-LEVER-EXTENSION-P824-R-/130377611501?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Cycling_Parts_Accessories&hash=item1e5b1c78ed

has what you may need for $50 for the entire brake lever pair.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

Testimonial: "Comrade Dunnbiker: Thank you for responding! I've gone to the ebay link and it's exactly what I need. At least the "extension lever" is. Thx."

  • lifeform666 Aug 05, 2010

    If you want to contact me, I'm at lifeform@sprintmail.com Don

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