Can you mount inline brake lever without another brake lever?
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    Can you mount inline brake lever without another brake lever?

    Yeah, thats about it. Oh, and how does that work if possible.

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    Yes. You just run the cable through like any other lever. The way that the lever "pulls" the cable is different (it pushes the housing instead), but the effect is the same.

    There is another thread somewhere down there with pics.

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    Yep, no problem.
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