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    Zee's hard to find?

    Hey - anyone bought a set recently? I had to buy some "moto" style ones (overseas) to get a pair.

    What gives? Maybe a new version in the pipeline??
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    I was having a hard time too. I found a new takeoff set I bought and I found a new in box non moto from some German site. Took a bit of digging but they are out there. End of year model change over?
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    They are easily found on German online stores.
    Funny thing, one year ago I got a complete set for around 150 and I thought they were fasing them out, now I can't find them for less than 200.

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    Lack of Zee's may be more due to the new XT version launched which is essentially the same thing in black.

    No idea re cost difference

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    Ebay

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    Yeah, just got a 'moto' set from CRC. I prefer right-front brake since I've been riding motorcycles forever. It's easy to swap lines if you don't like right-front.
    Free shipping.

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    Me too. I prefer shifting with my left foot and rear braking with my right foot.
    Do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Rager View Post
    Me too. I prefer shifting with my left foot and rear braking with my right foot.
    Left lever controls the rear wheel.....So kinda.

    They are hard to find, I can find a right but not a left. I came to see if anyone knew anything.

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    CRC, right and left in stock, just checked. Free shipping. Easy to swap lines if you want while shortening lines.
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