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Wolf Tooth ComponentsLight Action ReMote
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Lighten your dropper actuation.

Seeing that many droppers have finicky actuation that's much too difficult to initiate, the savvy riders at Wolftooth Components designed the Light Action ReMote for lighter, smoother throws of the dropper lever. This light and smooth actuation is possible thanks to a longer lever arm, which creates more leverage for less force required before your dropper starts to lower and raise in height. It's compatible with all cable-actuated dropper posts on the market, allowing you to scrap the stock remote for this beautiful lever.

Wolf Tooth recommends measuring the distance from the pivot center to the end of your current dropper lever before settling on this remote. If this distance is greater than 52-millimeters, the Light Action is best, where shorter distances between pivot center and lever end are suited for Wolf Tooth's Standard Remote. It's available in a myriad of clamp mounting options for keeping your cockpit tidy. UpFront cable fixing makes for quick and easy installation, due to the dropper cable being attached at the lever. Another benefit, it has a solid-mounted barrel adjuster for making on-the-fly adjustments.

  • Low-profile, light-actuation lever for greater control
  • Works with cable-actuated dropper posts (not RockShox Reverb)
  • UpFront cable fixing for quick and easy installation
  • Cable-kind clamp won't damage cables
  • Breakaway axle pivot in case of crash
  • Solidly mounted barrel adjuster
  • Designed and manufactured in the USA
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
[lever] j6061-T6 aluminum, [axle] Delrin
Recommended Use
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Black, Shimano I-Spec EV
Black, SRAM MatchMaker
Black, 22mm Handlebar Clamp
Black, Shimano I-Spec II
Black, Shimano I-Spec A/B
Black, Magura Brake Clamp

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another wolftooth winner

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

PIcked up a could fox transfers for my rigs in recent months and paired them with the light action remote. Best remote I've come across--most tend to work well or at least well enough. The ergonomics of the wolf tooth just works better for me and setup is pretty simple for DIYer.

Better Than Most OEM Dropper Levers

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

There's a few things that I'm generally looking for in a dropper post lever: ergonomically feels right, has a nice swing action to it, and is relatively easy to set up. Nails all three pretty spot on with this!

It works with pretty much all cable actuated droppers (whether dropper has cable head at bottom of post or at lever), though you should review the chart that John posted below to see whether going "Light Action" or "Regular" is the best option for you.

Awesome Lever

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This paired with the oneup dropper has made a great system. No need to tinker with the lever or post on any ride. Love it


    if you are using Shimano brakes you might want to us the 22 clamp if you want to use the light action .


    Oh... I get it.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    At first I was like "man, $70 for a dropper remote, that seems a bit steep" but then I finally got my hands on one. Right away I was impressed by the build quality and design. The billet mechining is solid and beats any other cast remote out there. Also, there a sealed bearing for the pivot which makes for buttery smooth actuation. The remote surface has an awesome gripping surface that's keep your sweaty thumb from slip-n-sliding off.

    I got one that was i-spec compatable which worked perfectly with my XT brakeset and cleaned up my bars perfectly.

    Seriously, this thing is worth every penny.

    Best Dropper Lever!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Just replaced my old Raceface Turbine Dropper lever with this awesome lever and I couldn't be more happy with it. It fits next to my front brake lever nicely, and the light action makes it easy to adjust your seat height.

    Best Dropper Lever!

    Epiphany Tier

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Obviously the best in the biz. Make sure what you're getting is compatible, and you're in for a life-changing experience when you switch. Extremely smooth stuff here. You'll feel like Adam Sandler in Click with this difference.

    Huge difference

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have this on my Yeti Sb6. I replaced the lever that came with fox transfer dropper, or whatever came with the build. This is a huge difference in the quality of the component itself but also in how much better my thumb sticks to it. I went with the longer lever and the force required to drop the post is way less as well. This is my first wolftooth component but based on its quality I will be looking into other wolftooth components.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I mean, let's call a spade a spade. It's the best lever on the market, and not just because the company making it told us so. Almost every forum on every website has riders boasting about how this is the first upgrade that they have made due to the fact that A) It's works, and B) It's incredibly tough. This is one of the best upgrades you could make. Trust everyone's opinion.

    The answer

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Yes, the answer to your problems. I needed to run the Transfer post and always curious anyway. Once we got it dialed in it is smooth as it gets. All I will run now. Adjustable in N out too!

    Easy actuation and smooth operation

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This trigger easily replaces the fox transfer or other dropper posts factory triggers. This is a quality mechanism and you will be glad you bought it.

    Works like a charm!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I mated this with a Fox Transfer dropper which i feel is absolutely fantastic. The Transfer lever however, leaves a little to be desired. There isn't much grip, it's pretty small and basically pivots on a rivet which i believe is what caused the squeak on mine. The Wolftooth has much more real estate for your thumb, much more grip for your thumb and hardly any play of any sort. It's got great tactile feedback, makes no noise and actuates smoothly. Oddly enough, the angle where the cable housing attaches to it makes for easier installation with more placement options than the factory Transfer lever.

    Works like a charm!

    Seamless Look on Your Bars

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I purchased the Wolf Tooth Components Light Action ReMote to put my dropper lever in a more natural position in relation to my grips. I went with the Light Action over the basic ReMote because it has a longer reach and it is quick to engage. Plus with the SRAM Matchmaker it attaches to my SRAM Guide RS brakes for a seamless set-up on my bars. I could not be happier with how this functions and looks on my new Yeti SB5 LR. I would highly recommend it.

    Works great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Like first reviewer, I got the surprise of having no lever included with my Fox Transfer seat post purchase. Being a newly converted roadie, it would have been helpful to list that fact on the Transfer web page. As it turns out, the Wolftooth is apparently a better option anyway, intuitive easy action to activate Seat post. I clamped it direct to bar. Install was easy too.

    If I have a fox transfer post which lever do I need?

    Hey Karla,

    If you have the Fox Transfer, you can either use this lever or the Fox Lever options (FRS005J). Feel free to give a shout at my direct line 801.204.4547 or email and I would be happy to help!



    Perfect integration on Shimano

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this to go with a Fox Transfer post because a lever was NOT included. The lever works perfect with my Shimano Spec II brakes and I like the little touches that Wolf Tooth adds to the lever such as the machining on the lever surface and a shortened throw which works great with the Fox Transfer.
    If you find yourself needing a lever for your cable actuated post, I give this one two thumbs up. Just be sure that your post will work with the shortened throw of this particular lever.

    A solid upgrade

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I upgraded from the Fox Transfer remote, I like the fact that this lever can be mounted directly to my matchmaker clamp and operates smoothly.

    Hi there. I have a bare SRAM/Avid brake clamp that I'm almost positive is matchmaker compatible. Does the matchmaker version come with a bolt + threaded piece to attach the trigger? If not, how does it attach?

    Good So Far

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I picked this up recently after my Fox Transfer lever broke. It was easy to install and functions very smoothly. I especially like the large, textured feel to the lever and how solidly it's built. Just keep in mind, if you're like me and need SRAM Matchmaker, you'll need to supply your own mounting bolts - as seen in the picture above.

    I'd definitely recommend picking one of these up for any cable-actuated dropper.