Hope Post Frame Or Fork To Post Caliper Brake Mount

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Hope Disc Brake adaptors are CNC-machined and ensure a perfect fit with all Hope Brake sets. 

  • CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England.
  • Includes mounting bolts.
To determine which type of mount you need just think about what size post mounts your frame/fork has and how much larger the rotor is that you'd like to run. Then choose the adaptor that will provide you with the amount of increase you need.  

Post Mount Adaptors:
  • C: Postmount 160 - Postmount 203mm (+43mm increase)
  • H: Postmount 160 - Postmount 183mm / Postmount 180 - Postmount 203mm (+23mm increase)
  • L: Postmount 160 - Postmount 180mm / Postmount 180 - 200mm (+20mm increase)
  • M: Postmount 160 - Postmount 200mm / Postmount 180 - Postmount 220mm (+40mm increase)
  • K: Postmount 140 - Postmount 160mm (+20mm increase)

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      40mm Increase
      Mount M
      F 140-160mm - R 140-160mm
      Mount K
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      F 160-180mm - R 140-160mm 160-180mm
      Mount L
      F 160-203mm - R 160-203mm
      Mount C
      F 180-203mm - R 160-183mm
      Mount H
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      40mm Increase - Mount M5055168088419
      F 140-160mm - R 140-160mm - Mount K5055168038957
      F 160-180mm - R 140-160mm 160-180mm - Mount L5055168088389
      F 160-203mm - R 160-203mm - Mount C5055168037325
      F 180-203mm - R 160-183mm - Mount H5055168037363

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