SRAM Force AXS Disc Brake Pads

SRAM Force AXS Disc Brake Pads
SRAM Force AXS Disc Brake Pads
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Force AXS Disc Brake Pads by SRAM
Force AXS disc brake calipers use a slightly different design than the rest of SRAM's road brakes, as the guide pin is in the center of the pad rather than the edge. This is why you'll need these specific pads when it's time for a replacement. The organic material brings substantial stopping power and remains quiet--even under heavy braking.

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SKU: SRMD124
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