Grimeca System 2 Older Disc Brakes

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SYSTEM 2, rugged and compact, comes with 2 lateral abreast parallel pistons assuring a powerful braking, moreover the centering adjuster allows the correct fitting of the caliper on the brake disc so to avoid interferences with the pads in rest-position.

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