FAQ - MAGURA transport device

"The yellow wonder weapon"


Pushing back the brake pads

Brake pads and pistons can be easily pushed back into their original position.


Checking pad wear

Check the pad thickness regularly and quickly.


Checking brake pad wear in assembled state (actuate the lever blade)

Transport device does not fit between. Brake pads are worn out and must be replaced.


Changing the covers

Adapt the brake with different coloured covers.

Filling & bleeding the brake

Guide the small round clip in the centre over the pad retaining screw – for safe fixation and perfect piston spacing.


Pushing in the insert

Perfect aid for pressing in a new insert after shortening the tubing.


Transport device

With the wheels removed, the brake pads remain in position.


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