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    New question here. Reuse Dia-compe PC-7N Brake lever.

    HI! There < I'm still in the process of upgrading my 97 Specialized S.J. And for now just wondering if my Dia-compe PC-7N Brake levers will work with Avid BB7 disc set up ??? I will upgrade later , i will be replacing the cables . Thanks

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    Anybody

    TRIPLE BUUMMMPP! HHEELLPPPP!!!!!!!!!

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    Looks like they would work from what i have searched ,they are center pulls, but i will get the new Avid speed dial 7s All in agreement. Thanks

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    If they worked with V-brakes then they will work with Avid BB7 Mountain Disc brakes. If they are for Canti brakes, then they will work with the Road version of the BB7.

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    HOW do i tell if they are road version BB7 ?? Sorry i'm not up on all different versions.

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    Do not bump your own posts, it is against posting guidelines.

    It will say on the caliper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StumpJumperGuy
    HOW do i tell if they are road version BB7 ?? Sorry i'm not up on all different versions.
    Current MTB versions are black while the current road versions are silver...it also says in on the caliper.

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    Okay thanks Guys Thanks for no Bumping Point.

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