Shimano SL-MT800-L Dropper Post Lever

Shimano SL-MT800-L Dropper Post Lever
Shimano SL-MT800-L Dropper Post Lever
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SL-MT800-L Dropper Post Lever by Shimano
Dropper posts revolutionized the way we ride mountain bikes, and Shimano's SL-MT800-L Dropper Post Level is here to make dropper posts even easier to use than before. This quick-lever offers access from your grip position with minimum hand movement, and takes minimal effort to actuate. It's designed to pair up with Shimano's new I-Spec EV for a simplified and clean cockpit, and plays well with a huge variety of dropper posts to keep setup simple and fuss-free.

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SKU: SHI00LM
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