Hope Mono M4 Brake Pad

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Replacement brake pads forThe Hope Mono M4 disc brake system. Item includesTwo pads (enough for one brake). OrderTwo ofThis item if you need pads for a whole bike.Please note: fits Hope Mono M4 brakes only. Will not fit older Hope M4 systems or other Hope Mono brakes.

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Pistons not moving on Hope mono M4

My bikes not been used in a while and when I got it out the garage I noticed the brakes weren't working at all, I could pull the leaver all the way back but got no movement in the caliper, so I stripped the caliper down, cleaned it out and replaced the seals but it has made no difference whatsoever. ... Read More »

Hope Mono M4 Adapter

Hello everybody! I need the help!I have UMF Freddy 2 2011 bike, and I want to change the break set, but the problem is: the fork is one Marzocchi Bomber 55rv Post Mount and my "new" break set is Hope Mono M4 IS (with this caliper the rotor siez is 200mm) and I don't no what is the best adapter! Ple ... Read More »

How to work on Hope M4 Mono calipers?

My pistons are stuck and I need to open the caliper up. I guess I need a star shaped tool to get at the pistons. Is this a proprietary tool? Where can I get it? Thanks!Read More »

Older HOPE Mono mini/M4/ti-6 all with the same master cylinder, how do they do it..??

Basically I have a Ti-6 brake with a damage master cylinder and I was wondering if you can just swap the master cylinder from a mono Mini (i have one) with out any trouble.. I have the sense the diameters (addition of all of them) end up been the same area but I'm not sure... In any case pleas ... Read More »

Hope Saw 203mm Floating Rotors / Hope Mono M4

I've just bought new Hope Saw 203mm Floating Rotors to go with my Hope Mono M4 callipers. Sadly though the rotors appear to be too large in diameter and foul the caliper body. There is no room for adjustment to push the calliper out any further. All my research would seem to suggest that 203mm r ... Read More »

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