SRAM 500 Aero Brake Levers

SRAM 500 Aero Brake Levers
SRAM 500 Aero Brake Levers
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500 Aero Brake Levers by SRAM
The SRAM 500TT aero brake levers are red anodized aluminum alloy instead of the carbon levers SRAM rolled out when they unveiled Red. Just like the carbon version, the 500TT delivers precise and real stopping power thanks to its positive action return spring. But instead of 99g, these levers tip the scales at 115g, and save you some dough.

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SKU: SRM0261
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