SRAM G2 R Disc Brake

SRAM G2 R Disc Brake
SRAM G2 R Disc Brake
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G2 R Disc Brake by SRAM
Modeled after SRAM's gravity-oriented Code brakes, the G2's offer "mini-Code" power in a trimmed-down package, making them a perfect option for trail riders seeking the power of a 4-piston brake without the extra weight. These G2 R disc brakes are the entry-level model, but still offer the same power, modulation, and tool-free reach adjustment as the higher-end offerings.

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SKU: SRMD12N
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