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I believe the Magura road levers are for their Rim Brakes , like the HS33,
which i find the best V brake on the market.
There is No Expansion chamber in the lever , which is compulsory for disc brakes.
None are made without it .
It is a closed system, once you bleed out the air you're done .
they are remarkably trouble free , HS33 pads snap into the ends of the 2 slave cylinders.
They made a road brake back in the day slave was dual piston,
and fluid pressure spread the pistons, dual pivots moved the pads to the rim.
the Hydrostop rim brake in the dual separate piston design has been produced for 20 years.
You have access to more than 1 pair?
I have long coveted pair to use in a dual control setup.
as putting the 2nd lever's hose in the bleed screw, of the then middle lever ,
makes the brakes work in either position .
Last edited by fietsbob; 03-30-11 at 04:04 PM.