Spare parts include:
- Rubber Foot/Grommet
Missing a band for affixing your bell? Scoop a discounted replacement here. Be sure to purchase the correct color and appropriate size. Small bands fit standard diameters up to 26mm while Large fit oversize diameters up to 36mm.
Rubber Foot/Grommet V1 & V2:
If the rubber parts have been damaged on your bell, it’s an easy fix. We’ll provide both the rubber Foot and rubber Grommet that isolate the Bolt and Dome for proper resonance.
If the Bolt is overtightened, it can be damaged. We recommend tightening to a max of 2.5Nm. The best way to approximate this without a torque wrench is to use a small hex key oriented lengthwise inline with the Bolt. Then tighten firmly. In practical terms, this means you should slowly tighten the Bolt until your Bell doesn’t rotate easily on your handlebar, then stop. Note that the Bell should move upon impact to help prevent damage during a crash.
Lever lost its spring? MIA? We’ve heard from a couple customers that have crashed or encountered an abusive bike rack in the city. Sometimes it isn’t obvious when or how any kind of deformation was caused. The Lever normally has a little preload bend to it prior to installation. That is, the Lever is the spring and the Pin is just a bearing surface in which to pivot. With enough force, the Lever can get deformed or even ripped from the Mount and lost.