Rockshox Maxle Lite
I did much the same as you; I found a replacement on CRC.
I asked the same question, I was told the 15mm is the Maxle diameter and the 32 related to the stanchion size (and hence the width).
The replacement unit is far better quality than the original IMO and goes someway to justify the expensive price.Posted 3 years ago
I managed to damage the flange of my front 15mm maxle lite when tightening up the other day, to the point its now unable to undo without pliers. The metal flange that the handle locates into is really thin and seemingly not compatible with my methods of working. I need to buy another and suprise suprise, they are not cheap. Around £40.
I’ve searched around and I have found that there seem to be 2 types. Both 15mm and 32mm chasis. One looks identical to the one I have but the other is called B1. Does anyone know what the difference is, apart from B1 is £5 more expensive? B1 appears to have a different lever assembly, maybe stronger perhaps?
PetePosted 3 years ago
Apologies, the Maxle which I currently have seems to be the B1 model. The picture of the maxle lite on CRC (39.99) looks to be the same as the one I have, the bottom link of the 2 I provided. Which one is better of the 2, and will the other work? I have Revs, 2013. It says on the description it should work, but its the same description for both maxle’s.Posted 3 years agohainmanMember
I broke off the corners on mine after only a month or two from having my bike,Made out of Cheese,i filed it down to asquare edge and it worked,Then seen a bargain for new one at 25 quid,Yip bent that bugger too,so filed it down and just using it as it is,not spending more money when it will happen againPosted 3 years ago
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