SRAM Force Brake Calipers

SRAM Force Brake Calipers
SRAM Force Brake Calipers
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Force Brake Calipers by SRAM
We love it when technology and design starts to move downward in a company's offerings. To wit, SRAM's Force Brake Calipers now look, feel, and function much like the company's top-tier Red components. They're skeletonized in design, just like Red, but use stainless hardware instead of titanium, and the brake shoes don't have the cutouts that the Red versions do. Other than that, it's quite a similar brake -- the same adjustments can be made, and they're spec'd with SwissStop pads manufactured specifically for SRAM.

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SKU: SRM0266
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