The Travel Agent offers two settings. It can be used as a roller for mating long-pull mountain levers to linear-pull brakes, or as a cable travel doubler for mating cantilever or road levers (including STI and Ergo) to linear-pull brakes. However, please note that Travel Agents are not recommended for use with all brake and lever combinations and are not compatible with Shimano Servo-Wave levers.

PLEASE USE THE DIAGRAMS ON THIS PAGE FOR REFERENCE.

WARNING: Read these instructions completely before beginning installation of this product. If you lack the knowledge or tools to perform installation, please have your local professional bicycle mechanic perform the installation. Improper installation can result in loss of control or damage to the bicycle and/or serious injury or death to the rider.

INSTALLATION (ROLLER SETTING)

1. Remove and recycle old cable, housing and cable noodle.

2. Place the Travel Agent in your linear-pull brake’s noodle carrier, cut a new piece of housing to the appropriate length, and string brake cable through the lever and housing.

3. Feed the cable through the Travel Agent’s outermost cable hole, around the outer cable pulley, and out the cable exit hole.

4. Make sure that the housing is fi rmly seated at both ends, then attach the brake cable to the brake arm and adjust per the brake manufacturer’s instructions for proper brake pad clearance.

INSTALLATION (CABLE TRAVEL DOUBLER SETTING)

1. Remove and recycle old cable, housing and cable noodle.

2. Place the Travel Agent in your linear-pull brake’s noodle carrier, cut a new piece of housing to the appropriate length, and string brake cable through the lever and housing.

3. Remove the Travel Agent from the brake’s noodle carrier.

4. Feed the brake cable though the innermost cable hole, make sure the housing is fi rmly seated at both ends, pull any cable slack taut, and get ready to wrap the cable around the inner cable pulley.

5. Find the hole in the pulley that bridges the inner cable pulley to the outer cable pulley (the “bridging” hole) and aim this hole at the two o’clock position.

6. Feed the cable around the inner pulley and through the bridging hole.

7. Again make sure that both ends of the housing are properly seated and pull the cable taut once more. Make sure that the bridging hole is still aimed at the two o’clock position.

8. Now feed the cable counter-clockwise around the outer cable pulley and through the cable exit hole.

9. Pop the Travel Agent back into the brake’s noodle carrier, then pull the cable as taut as possible and attach it to the brake arm.

10. Squeeze the brake lever fi rmly several times to seat the cable properly in the Travel Agent, then adjust the brake per the brake manufacturer’s instructions for proper brake pad clearance.

11. Increased brake arm spring tension may be required to make the brakes return properly.

LIMITED 2-YEAR WARRANTY

This Problem Solvers product is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for two (2) years, from the original date of retail purchase by the consumer, subject to the limitations detailed below. This limited warranty is expressly limited to the repair or replacement of the original product, at the option of Problem Solvers, and is the sole remedy of the warranty. This limited warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the Problem Solvers product and is not transferable. In no event shall Problem Solvers be liable for any loss, inconvenience or damage, whether direct, incidental or consequential or otherwise resulting from breach of any express or implied warranty or condition, of merchantability, fi tness for a particular purpose, or otherwise with respect to this product except as set forth herein.

This warranty does not cover the following:

• Damage due to improper assembly or follow-up maintenance or lack of skill, competence or experience of the user.

• Products that have been modifi ed, neglected, used in competition or for commercial purposes, misused or abused, involved in accidents or anything other than normal use

• Damage or deterioration to the surface fi nish, aesthetics or appearance of the product

• Normal wear and tear

• Labor required to remove and/or refi t and re-adjust the product within the bicycle assembly

This warranty gives the consumer specifi c legal rights, and those rights and other rights may vary from state to state.