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Shimano's 105 ST-R7025 Shifter with BR-R7070 Disc Brake includes a Hydraulic Disc Brake Dual Control Lever and a compatible Hydraulic Disc Brake Caliper. The shifter is optimized for smaller hands, featuring a smaller, repositioned lever that's easier to control. The internal shifting unit has been redesigned for smooth, effortless one finger shifts. The disc brake caliper offers excellent heat dissipation and greater control in all conditions. It's designed for simple set up and maintenance, with an easy and clean bleeding system.
- Weight: 619g per pair.
- Hose joint: Straight.
- Clamp band: Steel.
- Clamp band inner diameter: 23.8-24.2.
- Funnel bleeding.
- Reach adjust tool.
- Hose joint: Straight.
- Mount type: flat mount.
- Pad mount: axle.
- Piston: 2.
- One-way bleeding.
- Caliper fixing bolt tool size: 4mm.
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Best bang for your buck and your small hands
Salt Lake City, Utah
My wife has really small hands and the regular 105 shifters and hoods are simply too big for her hands. I am glad Shimano makes these as it was a game changer for her. She can actually apply the brakes full force and she also more easily rest her hands on the hoods and still reach the brakes on the tops.
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