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    anyone use dangerboy levers?

    hey i was wondering if any of you guys use dangerboy levers. and if you do, how does it affect the breaking quality, or does it at all? or is it just a comfort thing?
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    I have them on my hayes mags on my DH bike and i JUST got the new levers made for the juicy 7s today. In both cases switching to the levers was more of a comfort thing. They dont effect how powerful the brake is ect., just how nice the levers feel. I prefer the 2 finger scolloped levers myself. Each slot for each finger, gotta love it.

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    yea thats what i thought.i thinking about getting some for my xt's because they look so comfotable being shorter and wider and all...plus they look awesome.
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    i have the one finger levers and i love them little spendy though but well worth it stylee and way comphy ...........

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    I'd have to disagree about only being a comfort thing. I notice the levers are stiffer than the standard XTs especially when I'm really pulling hard.
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    i have the one finger levers and i love them little spendy though but well worth it stylee and way comphy ...........

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    i dont have them, but ive felt them, and really wish i did have em, cause their sweetness
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    wouldnt it be true too that since they are shorter they have more pulling power. so you dont have to pull as much to get the same effect as when you pulled pretty far on the standard lever.
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