Mountain component manufacturers design brake levers and shifters to be mounted to one clamp, saving on precious handlebar space, making adjustment easier & quicker, and just plain looking better. Usually, these only mate with the corresponding product from the same manufacturer, so Problem Solvers decided to mix 'em up. Their MisMatch Adapters allow you to mix 'n' mach Shimano I-Spec and SRAM MatchMaker products.
Mounts a SRAM/Avid shifter with MatchMaker technology to a Shimano I-Spec (type A) brake lever.
Accepts MatchMaker compatible shifters from SRAM
CNC-machined aluminum, anodized black
Made in the USA
Note: 2014 Shimano I-Spec-B brakes are not compatible with the MisMatch 1 adaptor and will need the MisMatch 1.1.
Fantastic idea for those looking for a clean 1 clamp setup. Shimano brakes are world's better than Avid/Srams...so thsee make for a nice combo. The cost is terrible....these shouldn't cost $40 bucks since they are a simple CNC part, but that's classic for the bike market.
Unfortunately the only option to mate new Shimano brakes and SRAM shifters. They were easy to install, and did the job. However, the threads on one of the nuts needed to have a tap run through it to clean the threads and allow the bolt to attach. Not a big deal, but for the price I would expect this to have been done at the factory.
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