Mismatch adapters – available in the UK?

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  • legend
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    Has anyone ever seen something like this available in the UK?

    http://problemsolversbike.com/products/mismatch_adapters

    I’d like to use an i-spec shift with Avid brakes, so this would be perfect

    legend
    Member

    Bump for the evening lot. Although I’m 99% certain I know the answer

    Premier Icon Phil_H
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    Ison distribution?

    Rorschach
    Member

    Ison don’t have any and there’s no ETA for when they will.A phone call to them will be required.

    legend
    Member

    Ah well, if they don’t have them I’ll be bigger then. Interestingly, they only list the I-spec shifter to Avod brake one instead of the one I need

    campfreddie
    Member

    Does the avid brake clamp match up with the hope tech brake clamp. If so, you can use a hope matchmaker. This is what I am doing with my formula rx brakes and my slx I-spec b rear shifter.

    legend
    Member

    I’ve gone for some KCNC adapters in the end, slightly more than 1 shimano cal + clamp but far better value than a pair. The only problem is that they (well the 1 i’ll use) look like a right pain to fit to the shifter, time will tell.

    Premier Icon thomasgeorge
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    Yes, triton cycles. (Triton cycles.co.uk). I got a set to put xx1 shifter on to XTR levers, but they do other way also. Not cheap though, for a tiny piece of alloy.

    legend
    Member

    Wrong way round for me (and not in stock till the end of April), and bloomin’ eck they make the KCNC ones look even better value!

    legend
    Member

    for anyone interested, i now know the difference between i-spec A and B – B wont fit in the KCNC clamps 🙄 Should only take 2mins with a file to sort, just an extra pain though

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