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    Help me identify these Hayes levers

    Can any of you Hayes gurus tell me which brake model this levers belong to?





    HFX-Mags?

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    That would be a ......

    HFX Mag Plus. It has titanium hardware and a carbon lever blade.

    Randy
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    Thanks for the prompt reply.

    Can you please tell me the part number and where on-line can I find a replacement lever reach adjuster bolt? If you look closer at the second pic the adjustment bolt is broken.

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    Part numbers

    If it's a 1998-2002 brake the pushrod part number is 98-15278. This one has a 2.5mm hex.
    If its a 2003+ It's a 98-16614. This one has a 2mm hex on the end.

    Any local bike shop can order them. I'm not familiar with which online retailers carry small parts.

    Randy

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    It has the 2mm hex on the end so it must be 2003+.

    Thanks for the help, really appreciated.

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