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Item # AVI000K

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  • P/S, Black, 0mm ($20.00)
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Item # AVI000K

Make it work.

Regardless of what disc brakes you're trying to mount on your new build, you're likely to need disc brake adapters of some sort, and the Avid Brake Adapter is a solid choice. It's made of tough, light alloy and comes in several versions, so you can be sure that it'll help you make it all work. If you're not sure of which adapter you might need, however, let us know and we can help you out.

Tech Specs

Recommended Use:
adapting disc brakes to bike frames
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Makes the disc fit the frame

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Your frame wants you to run small rotors, but you want to run bigger rotors. These are just the thing. Various sizes for all the needs.

Do your homework

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The adapters run off of a 160mm sizing standard, however make sure to reference SRAM's compatibility chart. My Bronson w/ 180mm front/rear rotors required a 20mm P/P and 40mm P/S because the rear was an ISO mount.

You gotta space it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you are running a larger than spec rotor for your frame or fork, you will need an adapter to push the caliper out far enough to accommodate the rotor. Also, if you aren't sure if you have a Post mount or ISO, the post mount is drilled directly into the fork or frame and ISO attaches from the side.