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SRAM Force CX1 Hydraulic Brake Lever/Caliper
SRAM Force CX1 Hydraulic Brake Lever/Caliper

SRAM
Force 1 Hydraulic Left Brake Lever/Caliper

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The SRAM Force 1 Hydraulic Left Brake Lever/Caliper is the perfect accompaniment to 11-speed Force 1x groupsets. It has the same ergonomics and carbon lever as the Force 1 hydraulic front shifter but deletes the shifting mechanism for a sleek, lightweight design. It's paired with a post-mount Force brake caliper with easy-access bleed port and steel-backed organic pads for easy service and confident stopping power.

Claimed weight is 471 g (including 160 mm rotor, sold separately). Caliper is compatible with both post and flat mount adaptors. Rotor not included.

 

Weight: 332 grams

 

Weight: 332 grams

 

Brake Type: Disc 

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