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Specifically designed for 1x setups. The Southpaw mounts underneath the left handlebar so you can safely actuate your dropper post without sacrificing your grip. Features a split clamp design allowing you to adjust the position to your own personal tastes.
The Southpaw will not work well on bikes with front shifters. The shifter and lever will interfere with each other preventing proper placement.
Least favourite feature?The clamp design is very poor.
Good idea, design not quite there yet
It is great to not have to move your hand to activate the dropper post, and this remote has a lot of adjustment in it to get the lever in a good location. The biggest downfall of this remote is the clamp design. It is not ribbed, and does not clamp fully around the bar, so it moves a lot. I have tried tightening it up as tight as I can, using a thin strip of rubber, and using outdoor double sided tape to keep it in place, but it is forever moving around, which is frustrating. If KS revised the clamp it would be a five star product.
It's OK,not great....the clamp mechanism does not grab on the carbon bar, it slipped around when I pushed the lever and is now being held in place by the break lever. I even put some rubber underneath it... For $75 bucks I would not buy another one...I recon a reasonable price for this would be about $45.00
This lever does make the operation of the dropper post better. It was a bit costly but now I use my seat post alot more, so you could say I get better value for money out of the ks post I brought. also when fitting it I used a standard gear cable and it works just fine
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