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Crankbrothers Speedier Lever
REVIEW DATE: 8 Nov, 2013
RRP: $15

From Carl and Frank the Crank Brothers comes the all new Speedier Lever, an improvement over their original speedlever sees an ingenius knuckle saving design and clever positioned moldings at eah end of the lever that enables a smooth as Assos Chamois creme removal and a refitting of German precision.

Once hooked under the bead of the tire the stepped design edging resting on the top of the rim it becomes clar that only one lever is required as opposed to the usual three.  Once the tube is refitted and the opposite end of the lever clipped over the rim and slid round the rim the tire reseats pinch free with somewhat ease.

It is a must for those that struggle with fitting tires and tubes or for all riders that simply want a clean and perfect job done every change.  Go Crankbrothers!

 

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