Mathauser Hydraulic (type 2)
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Category:  Brakes
Name:  Mathauser Hydraulic (type 2)
Brand:  Mathauser
Model:  Hydraulic
Years:  Mid 1980's - ?
Country:  United States
Added By: knucks on 02/18/17
Updated By: peterbman on 02/27/17
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Design Category hydraulic brake/shift leverCable AdjusterNo
Quick Release YesAttachment Bolt TypeExterior Nut
Cable Attachment BoltFront of Arm MarkingsNone
Back of Arm MarkingsNoneReach Category
Min ReachMax Reach
General Information
Same lever, with aero-routing, as the other listed Mathausers with a different caliper. This variation has a QR lever for easier wheel removal. Pad holder and piston cylinder both have aproximately 1", 25.4mm, of  vertical adjustability.
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 The Scott-Mathauser brake pad was recognized for many years as the superior brake shoe due to their patented salmon-colored rubber formula.  Today companies such as KoolStop continue to manufacture pads made with the salmon colored formula and are still known for their braking performance.
 
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