TRP Disc Brake Adaptor
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TRP Flat Mount to Post Disc Brake Adaptor 140mm - 160mm rotors
  • Adaptors for fitting a post mount caliper to a flat mount frame
  • Each adapter is front or rear specific and rotor size specific

 

 

Mr horne Top product at a very good price. Not fitted yet but used previously. Bolts for frame are quite short. But still worth 5 stars
Tom M Does the job, comes with bolts. Used it to mount a SRAM Rival post mount caliper to a post mount frame.
Mr Luk Fits perfectly
Damien Perfect - exactly what I was looking for to fit TRP Spyre (Post mount) & 160mm discs to flat mount fork designed for 140mm discs. Comes with all fittings required.
Mr Bennion Does the job, sturdy, can't complain.
Adrian As well as factoring in that you need this to fit a larger rotor to your bike (160mm in my case) you may also need a specific length bolt on top of this depending on your frame. however it is a great quality and value part, and the performance on the bike is flawless
Mr Scott-Collins Does what it says on the tin supplied with all the bolts for fitting and arrived next day.
Mr Roops Bit clunky, but does the job well, unlike shimano flat mount adapters. And for excellent price.
Mr Kocyigit good product. did its job to mount my TRP HY/RD post mount brakes to my new bike with flat mount
Mr mckenzie Inexpensive & lightweight adaptor
David Bought to fit on a Malt frameset with Shimano Road post mount calipers & 160mm discs. Perfect fit!
Mr Cloke Works perfectly enabling me to extend the life of the older disc calipers and shifters.
marcus A simple well made adapter bracket, light in weight and cheaper than the shimano equivalent.
Mr Baek Works good with Shimano caliper and cheaper than Shimano mount.
White Adaptor is performing flawlessly. No issues with fit or mount. Can't ask for anything more.
Jim Ordered these to replace the 160's I was running as the back one meant the rotor was far too near the chainstay. Bit fiddly to fit but have done the job well and gives better clearance all round.