Product DescriptionOpenning hydraulic disk brake system,the caliper is compatible with I.S.eyelets.For 160mm disk,you don't need an adapter to install them. It's very economical and suit to the beginner.
HYGIA considered the convenience of setting by yourself. You don’t have to take many tools, the humanized installing design, just need a 5mm Allen key & a Torx T25 screwdriver, you can finish the setting of all HYGIA hydraulic disc brakes.
Ergonomic 3-finger lever design, the gap with grip is adjustable.
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