Mavic 410 type route
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Category:  Brakes
Name:  Mavic 410 type route
Brand:  Mavic
Model:  410
Years:  Late 1970's - 1985
Country:  France
Weight:  403 grams
Added By: Jenser on 10/06/07
Updated By: JFischer on 01/14/10
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Mavic 410 type route
Design Category Single PivotCable AdjusterYes
Quick Release Yes, at cable stopAttachment Bolt TypeDual Post Braze-on
Cable Attachment Bolt5mm Allen KeyFront of Arm MarkingsMAVIC
Back of Arm MarkingsReach CategoryStandard Reach
Min Reach47mmMax Reach54mm
General Information
The 410 calipers are marked with the newer italic signature, while the 410 levers show the older lozenge Mavic logo. The calipers are forged and anodized, all steel parts are chromed. All brake parts were Mavic-labeled Modolos, the 410 calipers seem to be Modolo Speedys. The Quick Releases have 'INTER. PAT. MODOLO' Markings, the dust cap of the bolt shows the Modolo-'M'. Weight of 570Grams including the levers.  Approx 403g for the brakes alone. 
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Mavic is best known for its lightweight aluminum rims and complete wheels, which they continue to produce today.  They also produced a full range of drive train components in the past.  Mavic made a failed attempt to popularize an electronic shifting system in the early 90's.
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