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just fitted my pazzo levers clutch side went on easy peasy
brake side just couldnt get that gromit type thing you take of the origal lever into the rubber hole on the brake does it make any differance brake seems to work fine
its just that i am a bit anal when it comes to doing things right
any tips please
 

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just fitted my pazzo levers clutch side went on easy peasy
brake side just couldnt get that gromit type thing you take of the origal lever into the rubber hole on the brake does it make any differance brake seems to work fine
its just that i am a bit anal when it comes to doing things right
any tips please
Its a sod job isnt it, dont think it matters but i used tweezers and patience.... which for me is a once yearly event :)
 

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Damo is right its possible but needs patience, I greased mine and used a small screwdriver.
 

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No leave it in place..... Actually, scratch that, yes loosen it up and poke the nipple in the rubber bit whilst trying to gently pull the rubber bit out n round the nipple part!

This sounds like a bad porn!!!
 

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I've got the new crg on mine and they look the danglers :)
 

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if you have small hands they are definatley worth the money loads more ajustment but they are proper bling as well and good quality !!!
 

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I've put Pazzos on three of my bikes. Yes, they can be tricky to fit but they're so much better than the stock levers that any hassles with fitting are worth it.

I should also say that my three pairs were easy to fit, but I can see that they could be fiddly.
 
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