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    How to identify model year for Avid Juicy 7?

    I bought my Stumpjumper in 2008 and the LBS replaced the original Juicy 5 due to some problems. They upgraded to Juicy 7 with some they had in their inventory, but I don't know the model year. Now I need to do a lever rebuild. There are several kits out there listed by model year. How can I tell what model year these Juicy 7s are? There is nothing written on the brakes themselves. These have the red aluminum contact pad adjustment dials.
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    These have the red aluminum contact pad adjustment dials.
    They all do.

    2004 & 2005 models are the same.
    2006 & 2007 models are the same.
    2008 & 2009 models are the same

    The 2004-2005 Juicy 7 Does not use the Worm Gear Retaining C-Clip.
    See pages 8 & 10 here or you can download the manual from Avid here.

    Exploded diagrams and parts # of the 2006-2007 and 2008-2009 levers can be seen here or on page 16 here if you download the complete Avid Spare Parts Manual.

    The lever blades on the 2008-2009 models have the Avid logo on them.
    The red adjuster knob on the 2008-2009 models is hollowed out.

    2005 Juicy 7
    2006 Juicy 7
    2007 Juicy 7
    2008 Juicy 7
    2009 Juicy 7


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    Last edited by cobba; 09-26-2012 at 12:55 AM.

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    Excellent, thanks! Very thorough. Mine has the adjuster knob hollowed out and Avid written on the levers, so I'm in the 2008-09 group.

    You would think they would put a model # or year stamp somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokbottom47 View Post
    Excellent, thanks! Very thorough. Mine has the adjuster knob hollowed out and Avid written on the levers, so I'm in the 2008-09 group.

    You would think they would put a model # or year stamp somewhere.
    calipers have a 11 digit date code on the underside/ levers have a 6 digit code on the edge that mounts against the shifters.

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