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    Help Mounting my PNW Dropper Seatpost LOAM remote to my SRAM Guide Brake Lever

    Hey Guys,

    having some issues here and I can't seem to talk to anyone at PNW- email lonely. SO, search dissent answer and I hoped the community may be able to. I recently purchased a PNW Bachelor Seapost with a LOAD level to replace my Rockshox Reverb. I want to swap the remote thats mounted to a SRAM GUIDE RSC left hand brake lever. I bought the Loam with the Matchmaker but its not making sense how it actually mounts.

    The Reverb is essentially half of the clam mechanism- would seem to me I would need the matchmaker to either replace the entire clamp or something else.

    Sorry if this isn't making sense but I'm sorta at a stopping point here on something that seems simple. If I simple bought the clamp it would be more space on my bars but clamp and ride.

    Thanks for any support.
    marc
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    Yeah, you need the matchmaker hardware for the brakes as well. Iím unsure if the stuff on the reverb is transferable to your loam lever or not, however.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow4eva View Post


    Yeah, you need the matchmaker hardware for the brakes as well. Iím unsure if the stuff on the reverb is transferable to your loam lever or not, however.


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    Thanks, I got the SRAM tnut but need the clamp (or at least the bottom half to the clamp) for this to work....
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    Quote Originally Posted by msiddens View Post
    Thanks, I got the SRAM tnut but need the clamp (or at least the bottom half to the clamp) for this to work....
    Yeah, you need this guy:

    https://www.jensonusa.com/Avid-Juicy...mp-Kit-en.aspx

    The reverb push lever is formed with the clamp so you need a new one.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneUp View Post
    Yeah, you need this guy:

    https://www.jensonusa.com/Avid-Juicy...mp-Kit-en.aspx

    The reverb push lever is formed with the clamp so you need a new one.

    Cheers,
    Jon
    Thanks! Figured it out finally. Ordered and thanks for the input.
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