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Wolf Tooth Components ReMote

$64.95 - $69.95

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    • Black, Shimano I-Spec II
      $64.95
    • Black, Shimano I-Spec A/B
      $64.95
    • Black, SRAM MatchMaker
      $64.95
    • Black, 22mm Handlebar Clamp
      $69.95
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    Upgrade your dropper function.

    Wolf Tooth Components is on a mission to free us from finicky dropper levers with it ReMote lever for cable-actuated dropper posts. The ReMote uses a mammoth 21mm sealed bearing to facilitate silky smooth motion, which in turn gives riders exceptional control over modulation and general dropper function. The low profile lever sits close to the bar, making it easier to reach than many other systems and in turn reduces the amount of time your thumb is away from the handlebar grip. This means more control and confident handling, but if you do happen to crash, a breakaway axle pivot at the base of the lever is designed protect the body of the ReMote so all you'll need to replace is the small axle when things go south.

    • A remote upgrade for your cable-actuated dropper post
    • Low profile lever is easy to use
    • Large sealed bearing provides smooth modulation
    • Breakaway lever axle protects the ReMote's body
    • Integrated cable adjustment for on-the-fly tweaks
    • Machined lever surface improves grip
    • Item #WFC0008

    Tech Specs

    Material
    6061 T6 aluminum, [axle] Delrin
    Type
    22mm handlebar mount, SRAM MatchMaker, Shimano I-Spec A/B, Shimano I-Spec II
    Compatible Components
    Easton Haven cable-actuated, Fox Transfer cable-actuated, all KS cable-actuated, RaceFace Turbine cable-actuated, all Specialized Command cable-actuated, Giant Contact cable-actuated, Thomson cable-actuated, Gravity Dropper cable-actuated, 9Point8 Fall Line cable-actuated, TransX cable-actuated, Bontrager Line cable-actuated
    Claimed Weight
    [22mm handlebar mount] 36 g, [SRAM MatchMaker] 42 g, [Shimano I-Spec A/B] 31 g, [Shimano I-Spec II] 33 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year limited

    Tech Specs

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    compatibility

      ReMote IS-AB for Shimano works for some Hope Brakes.

      https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0230/9291/files/Hope_TECH3-Shifter-Mounts1.pdf?8104761583760915810



      No adjustability on lever position. I would just run the 22 clamp.





      The magura mount will not line up with hope tech 3 spacing

      compatibility

      The Only Lever Option

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      40 reviews on the same product, none of which are below 4 stars should tell you all that you need to know. The Wolf Tooth levers are the best in the industry for smooth actuation, dependability, and durability. They can take any seat post and turn them into the most effortless version of itself since a company designs and tests it. 10/10 the only lever option I'll ever run.

      Excellent quality and feel!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Easily installation and very well made. This lever beats any I’ve used by a mile. Sturdy, well built with a great feel and smooth operation.

      Best dropper level period!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've used a few different levers and keep coming back to this one. Love the machined face of the thumb lever. Simple design and setup that is very reliable. Good stuff generally doesn't get the positive reviews they deserve, because we generally only write them when something is negative. Get this one and you'll be glad you did.

      Excellent Lever

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      By far the best aftermarket lever if not the best lever period. It has a smooth action when pressed and is sturdy by design. Just this little upgrade will change the way you feel about your dropper post.

      This is the best lever

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This thing is sweet, a must-do upgrade for your bike if able. Also if setting up a new build this is the lever to go with. MAKE SURE you get the right one, seriously, I have gone though some mix ups with these because not every one is compatible with certain bike builds based on the way the brakes are set up. Just call the bike department at Backcountry or go to a local shop with your bike to get the right fit.

      Get this lever!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you have or are purchasing a cable actuated dropper post, this is the best lever on the market.
      Ergonomics are the best out there, as well as the constructions.
      It uses a high quality bearing wear many other companies don't have anything of the sort.
      It's really intuitive to use on the trail, and provides instant actuation no matter what dropper you're pairing it with. I don't have to think about where my dropper remote is, or shift my hand at all to operate it.

      Best Upgrade

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This lever is hands down the best upgrade for your dropper post. Action feels great and it makes adjustments super easy. I have it paired with the new oneup components dropper and have no complaints.

      Second one!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I had a wolf tooth lever on my last bike, and loved it! When I was building up a new one this year I instantly purchased this to use instead of the lever that my Crankbrothers dropper came with. I enjoy how sleek this lever is in conjuntion with the rest of my cockpit. Smoother and less awkward to use.

      Huge Upgrade

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      After tolerating the KS Lev remote for over a year I finally got this thing. As expected, quite upset I waited so long. It works much better, setup process is much better since the tension can be adjusted at the lever and not just at the seatpost end, and it's a huge target for your thumb to hit in a much more natural position.

      It's a decent chunk of change for a seemingly simple thing, but honestly it has a significant impact on how much I enjoy my bike so I think it was well worth the investment. Can't comment on longevity yet, but I bought this on the recommendation of several friends who have used theirs for quite a while now without issues.

      Wish it was compatible

        Turns out this wasn’t compatible with my bike, should have done a tad more research. I really liked the look and feel of this though so if you can figure out a way to get Wolf products on your bike do it!

        Best Dropper Post Lever on the Market

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I help coach a high school MTB team and have the opportunity to check out pretty much every dropper post lever on the market. I recently bought the Shimano Spec A/B version and I love it. Easy install, perfect placement on the bar with my XTR 1x11 setup, and very smooth actuation of my Fox Factory dropper post.

        The only remote you will ever need.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This remote is superior to any I have used by a large margin. Smooth operation, stays clear of your thumb when not in use, very sturdy design and construction. It works with any seatpost that is cable operated.

        Unanswered Question

        Is the sram matchmaker lever compatable with sram level tlm brakes?

        I have SHIMANO XTR BL-M9000 RACE BRAKES.... Which is the correct compatible option?? Shimano I-Spec A/B or Shimano I-Spec II??