Cleanskin Post Frame Or Fork To Post Caliper Brake Mount

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Cleanskin Post Frame Or Fork To Post Caliper Brake Mounts allow you to fit various sizes of brake rotor to your fork or frame in the more common Post Mount option. Compatible with Shimano, SRAM, TRP and Tektro brake calipers. Each option includes all the hardware you will need to install the mount. 

Post Mount Adaptor Options:
  • A: Postmount 160 - Postmount 180mm / Postmount 180 - 200mm / Postmount 200 - 220mm  (+20mm increase)
  • B: Postmount 160 - Postmount 183mm / Postmount 180 - Postmount 203mm (+23mm increase)
  • C: Postmount 160 - Postmount 203mm (+43mm increase)
  • D: Postmount 160 - Postmount 200mm / Postmount 180 - Postmount 220mm (+40mm increase)
Note: These are not compatible with Hope Brakes.
Confused as to which mount you need?
Check out our How To Choose The Right Brake Mount blog.
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Brake Mount Size
Option
 
 
20mm Increase
Mount A
$‎14.95
23mm Increase
Mount B
$‎14.95
40mm Increase
Mount D
$‎14.95
43mm Increase
Mount C
$‎14.95
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Works as it should. After getting some advice from the team I ordered fit it and now running 220 mm front rotor.

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Works well

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Works as it should. After getting some advice from the team I ordered fit it and now running 220 mm front rotor.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
20mm Increase - Mount A708744270528
23mm Increase - Mount B708744270511
40mm Increase - Mount D708744270535
43mm Increase - Mount C708744270504

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