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Fulcrum is the flat head bolt in the bright light. As leverage is applied, the lever grasps a N:1 ratio that compresses the fluid. N being grasp via fingers along length of seen lever, 1 being the tiny length almost perpendicular to pull.
Reverse length a stop so that we can grasp leverage.
A quick measure via yellow pages.. Let the fingers do the walking.. About 6:1 maybe 8:1 if grabbing very end.
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From left to right depending upon orientation of pic.

Stop.. Keeps Lever reachable.

Fluid compression Lever( has arrow stamped on it)

Lever to grasp and gain mechanical advantage with.

Fulcrum (pivot) where hole is. Bolt goes through there.

Dial. Fine adjustment to preferred reach of grasp.

I gotta near enough to stocky here. Up for a ride when warmer if you are.
Gotta see a tailor soon first.. One arm melted and jacket almost fits 😂
 

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Most my mates ride cruisers. Open road.. Sore on these..
I'd prefer rides such as repetition laps. Non speeding, just enjoying a smile. Such as Devils Elbow, up the hill, U-turn at Eagle On The Hill, glide down through Devils Elbow, short stint of a kilometre on freeway, U-turn at Mount Osmond overpass, repeat. No-one uses that road much besides cyclists and bicycles get a huge chunk of room behind concrete barrier. Couldn't be bothered speeding, each corner I'll be below limit anyway. Starts to open up up hill but doesn't matter. I think tight is fun. Watch that camber on the elbow.
Loving life too bro.
 
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