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fonkyfred
fonkyfred
11 years ago

It looks like a rock shox disc brake

fonkyfred
fonkyfred
11 years ago
Reply to  fonkyfred

made by AMP

jason
jason
11 years ago

Rock Shox disc brake

jason
jason
11 years ago

Rock Shox disc brake

tom
tom
11 years ago

looks like an old amp discbrake to me.

Yeahhhh
Yeahhhh
11 years ago

Thats an old Amp disc brake rotor and caliper I think.

Starcha
Starcha
11 years ago

Rock Shox disc brake system… still rolling one front hub…

Oscar
Oscar
11 years ago

Amp Research cable actuated hydraulic front disc and caliper.

Will
Will
11 years ago

I can’t believe those are now old enough to be considered vintage. I remember when those came out…

loucederberg311
loucederberg311
11 years ago

Rockshox for sure. I still have on a GT lts with a dual crown Jr. T.

warthog
warthog
11 years ago

Rock Shox disc brake. Cable actuated hydraulic caliper.

Phil W. Strong
11 years ago

Rock Shox disc brake. Cable actuated hydraulic caliper.

Adam St. Germain
11 years ago

Rock Shox Disc brake. I have a 20mm through axle White Industries hub for this set-up… sits on my shelf.

Velodude
Velodude
11 years ago

The original Rock Shox disc brake. I have one sitting in the garage!

Phil Heydorn
11 years ago

Rockshox disc brake. White Industries made the original hubs for them.

Kristan M Roberge
11 years ago

Rockshox disc brake caliper and I.S. mount but that’s actually an Amp rear disc rotor.

Jon Severson
Jon Severson
11 years ago

AMP Cable actuated disc brake, then sold to Rock Shoc pre-SRAM. White Industries made the hubs.

hunt194
hunt194
11 years ago

that is a Rock Shox Disc brake.

ome
ome
11 years ago

its an AMP B?/Mongoose disc brake.

ome
ome
11 years ago

AMP B?/Mongoose disc brake.

Matty D
Matty D
11 years ago

Rock Amp Disc Shox Brake Stopper Thingie!!

Foye
Foye
11 years ago

AMP Research disc brake, later bought by Rock Shox

Tommy Rodgers
Tommy Rodgers
11 years ago

Rock Shox/AMP disc brake, cable actuated hydraulic caliper.

Eric
Eric
11 years ago

That sure looks like an Amp/Hayes cable actuated hydraulic brake. I now feel very old despite being just 31 years young!

SL
SL
11 years ago

Amp research

ratboy
ratboy
11 years ago

amp

drew
drew
11 years ago

rock shox disc brake. i have a set, and the 3 bolt hub from white

Ryan
Ryan
11 years ago

AMP Research cable actuated caliper and 1st gen disc. I’m still running a second gen disc (floating design) I got at Interbike Philly in 1995 on my ’95 S-Works FSR

Troy Junge
Troy Junge
11 years ago

AMP disc for sure – I would say circa 1995.
Remember seeing it reviewed in a german MTB magazine – I think the caliper sheared off the fork, or the disc off the hub.
At least it is not anodised purple

Brendan
11 years ago

Worst brake ever?

TRP
TRP
11 years ago

It should be “semi-hydraulic” disc brake”

Rich
11 years ago

Worst brake ever?

Nope that would be the SACH Power disc http://bike198.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/sachs-power-disc.jpg

or maybe early CODA (Cannondale discs)…

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