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    Please help ID this avid juicy brake part

    The main lever pivot pin on my juicy ultimate fell out.

    Can anyone tell if these kits on eBay have what I need?Please help ID this avid juicy brake part-imageuploadedbytapatalk1358729242.466447.jpgPlease help ID this avid juicy brake part-imageuploadedbytapatalk1358729256.780620.jpg

    Avid Hydraulic Disc Brake Lever Pushrod Kit Juicy 5 7 Code 5 7 x1 Spare Part | eBay
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    I THINK those two black bushings, that setscrew and that black pin in the top of the pic are what you need.
    I tried looking for exactly the right part but couldn't be sure.
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    It looks like it's probably the right type of kit but the wrong one.

    The Juicy Ultimate/Carbon Pushrod Kit has a different Part No. to the Juicy 5/7 and Code 5/7 Pushrod Kit.

    Juicy Lever Exploded Diagrams, Parts List & Part Numbers.
    http://www.who-sells-it.com/images/catalogs/3334/16495/ct/2009-spare-parts-000016.jpg
    http://www.who-sells-it.com/images/catalogs/3334/16495/ct/2009-spare-parts-000015.jpg

    Juicy Ultimate and Carbon Push Rod Kit Part #: 11.5215.014.000
    http://www.bikeman.com/BR6875.html

    Juicy 5/7, Code 5/7 Push Rod Kit Part #: 11.5311.559.000
    http://www.bikeman.com/BR6986.html

    I'd contact the seller to make sure it has the right bits before buying.

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    Yeah. What Cobba said. I know the bushings should be white and the pivot pin stainless. Right type of kit but not right kit.
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    I like turtles

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    I've used a plain old stainless-steel dowel pin of the same size and length. Works perfectly. All you have to do is grind a small flat spot on the pin for the set screw to push onto.
    It's a lot cheaper than buying that whole kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatshowiroll View Post
    I've used a plain old stainless-steel dowel pin of the same size and length. Works perfectly. All you have to do is grind a small flat spot on the pin for the set screw to push onto.
    It's a lot cheaper than buying that whole kit.
    I'll probably do something like that in the short term - but I ordered the amazon kit last night.

    Thanks for everybody's help!
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    Awesome, I too was trying to figure this out. I'll order the kit and hope it fixes mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    Yep, that worked like harm for me..

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