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Rohloff Shifter with Full Length Grip by Hase in Germany

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Rohloff approved shifter with full length grip, ideal for people who find it hard to use the stock shifter or Recumbents.
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Hase Full Length Grip Shifter (Sjs Cycles Part # 31868)
21 Aug 2014
Does this shifter fit the same diameter handlebars (22.3mm, 7/8") as the stock Rohloff shifter?

Yes, this shifter will fit to standard 22.2mm diameter handlebars the same as the standard Rohloff shifter would.

Keeping It Together 2
29 Jan 2014
Yes, I have now discovered that the cables do keep the cable pulley in place, but there is nothing other than gravity and a little friction keeping the grip attached to the pulley. I use the shifter on a vertical handlebar on a recumbent trike and the grip has gone flying upwards on sharp turns and when kerb mounting. I don't think gluing the two parts together is wise so I shall buy a secure bar end plug. Till then will take care. Otherwise the shifter has proved to be a great improvement and I shall buy another for the second Rohloff equipped recumbent trike in my fleet.

If that doesn't prove successful my colleague has just pointed out another product we stock that is designed for a purpose almost identical to your issue. They are lock ring collars (similar to those on lock on grips) that clamp to the bar either end of the grips. (only needed on one end in the case of the Rohloff shifter) These are SJSC part number 14257, if you wish to have a look.

Keeping It Together
24 Jan 2014
Just bought one from you, it's great, but how do I keep it together? The shorter shifters have a spring washer for that. I haven't fitted it yet. Will the cables keep it together well enough or do I need a bar end plug that's attached firmly by a screw (eg. Hope Grip Doctor)? If so, which make would you suggest?

The cables should keep it all held together, if you are worried then a decent par end plug will help. The Hope Grips Doctors' are probably the best available option.