Front and Rear Hydraulic Disc Brake Kit

    € 83.98

    Designed for fitting your recreational mountain bike with hydraulic disc brakes.

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    SKU: S111327 (2168221)
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    Product benefits
    1. Compatibility
      6-hole disc hub, standard and postmount frame and fork mount.
    2. Capacity
      2 hydraulic disc brakes (front and rear) + 2 discs (160 mm) + fastenings.
    3. Precision
      Length of hose: 800 mm front and 1400 mm rear.
    4. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Easy to assemble and adjust. Mineral brake fluid.
    Product feature
    1. Composition
      1 front disc brake (800 mm). 1 rear disc brake (1400 mm). Screws for callipers and disc. 2 x 160 mm discs with 6 holes. Semi-metallic brake pads, compatible with "Tektro Auriga" Mineral brake fluid. Post mount attachment or international standard.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Chassis : 100.0% Aluminium
    2. Product restrictions
      Have the assembly checked by a qualified technician.
    3. Product catchline
      Hydraulic disc brake kit for mountain bikes.
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    • Ok but

      Daniel (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      You have to be really careful tightening the breaks to the handlebars, these are made from such a cheap metal that I ruined all 4 screw threads and had to use slightly wider screws.. Stopping is average..
      Response of the brand
      Thank you for taking the time to give us feedback regarding this hydro brake set.
      I'm unsure as to why the screws threaded so badly. Ordinarily this should not be an issue at all. I will forward this on to the design team today.
      As with as disc brakes, it's critical to always bed in your pads before the first use. A tip is to splash some clean water on you pads, pedal up to a decent speed (on the flat) and brake gently to a near stop half a dozen or so times, braking performance will improve a lot if the pads or rotors are new. Giving the rotors a clean with a rotor spray will help a lot as well. Any other contaminant can ruin pads.
      Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON