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    Do you have Shimano SLX M7000 Shifters?

    I have the previous generation M670 shifters and I need to convert them to iSpec II.

    Can you measure the channel width illustrated in this photo? Do you have Shimano SLX M7000 Shifters?-vjn5stl.jpg

    I want to see if I can order just the shifter tops.

    I've tried the KCNC adapters and they are not good. The Problem solvers are not compatible.

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    Inside to inside 16.5mm
    Outside to outside 25mm
    width 4.8mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schulze View Post
    Inside to inside 16.5mm
    Outside to outside 25mm
    width 4.8mm
    Thanks! What do you mean inside to inside vs. outside to outside? I was looking for one measurement, the distance between those red lines (left/right) where there is a raised channel for the adapter to slide on.

    Edit:

    I just did the the measurements. Looks like 16.5mm was what I was looking for!

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