Grimeca System 9 Older Disc Brakes

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Product Description

The standard lever and cable of the bike drive this full mechanical system which combines compact dimensions and lightweight. The two assembled pieces of the caliper allows the easy change of the pads, while the double adjustment allows an easy placement of the pads, as they wear, and the correct fitting of the caliper so to avoid any interference between the brake disc and the pads in rest-position.

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