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Mountain Pro MTB Brake Kit

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Increase your stopping power.

Jagwire's Mountain Pro Brake Kit is perfect for mechanical disc brakes with Kevlar Reinforced Compressionless housing and Teflon coated brake cables. Replaces the popular Ripcord cable and housing set. Available in various colors.

Additional Features:

  • Single-ended cables are compatible with Shimano/SRAM MTB levers
  • Includes ferrules, tips, donuts and a sealing liner
  • Housing length - 3000mm
  • Cable length - 1350mm (front), 2350mm (rear)
  • Lead-free housing coatings
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    Great quality product!
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Heavy duty and easy to install ... what more can be said? Very good product and I would order it again.

    Reviewed 3/30/2015
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    Greatly improved stopping power
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    Hard to find an upgrade with this much of an improvement for your buck. Brake response with the compressionless housing is far better than with normal housing, even with normal levers.

    Reviewed 4/22/2013
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