SRAM Level Disc BrakeSRAM's Level-series brakes are targeted towards the cross-country/light trail riders that aren't demanding massive amounts of power from their brakes. The Level is a no-frills budget brake that is built to give you consistent, reliable braking in any condition. The caliper utilizes a two piston design with top-loading brake pads. The lever reach is adjustable with an allen key. Value is the name of the game with the Level brake, and for the price, is tough to beat. No, it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the higher-end Level TLM brake, but it's a workhorse brake that won't break the bank.
In the box
- Level pre-bled brake lever/caliper
- Two caliper attachment bolts
- One hydraulic olive
- One hydraulic barb
- One T8 Torx wrench
|Lever Reach Adjust:||Yes|
|Pad Contact Adjust:||No|
|Reversible Lever Body:||Yes|
|Hose Length:||950mm Front / 1800mm Rear|
Specs subject to change without notice. Please check with manufacturer for the most up-to-date information.
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