More lightly used Magura hydraulic brakes for unicycles for sale. See descriptions below.
I’ve gone through them all and replaced any worn parts so you can get a great unicycle rim brake with what ever length of brake line you want for less dough than a new one.
[B]2 ea sets, HS33, looks almost new, silver HS33 lever with matching silver wheel cylinders with lightly used red brake pads: $65 per wheel, plus shipping. Picture 1.
1 ea set, HS33, shows some scratches on wheel cylinder backs and lever body but still in great shape, silver HS33 lever has a brand new lever blade with red adjuster wheel and silver colored wheel cyclinders with lightly used black brake pads: $60 plus shipping. Picture 2.
2ea sets, HS24, looks almost new, Dark grey HS24 light weight composite lever body (with the “Move!” logo on it) and silver alloy lever blade with matching dark grey wheel cylinders. They don’t make these anymore, but the levers have the same big piston as the HS22 so they can drive the brake brake pads a longer distance. Come with lightly used black brake pads: $55 plus shipping Pictures 3 and 4[/B]
These brakes will fit on any Kris Holm unicycle: 20, 24, 29 and 36 or any brand of unicycle (Hunter, Nimbus, etc) or bike that comes with dedicated four-bolt Magura mounts that look like this: http://www.inspiredbicycles.com/imag...own-mounts.jpg and a place to mount a lever under the saddle like this: http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=908
The pictures show a mix of long and short brake lines, but I’ll set up your brake with what ever length of brake line you want from 18" on up to 30". Just ask.
I flush all used brakes with fresh Magura blue blood and bleed it twice for you before I pack and ship it. Bleeding hydraulic brakes is messy and no fun - and so you won’t have to deal with fluid leaks, after I assemble and bleed them, I test them all for leaks by putting the wheel cylinders into a custom test jig that I made. There, I’ll cycle the brake pistons under full power to check for leaks without having to bolt them up to a unicycle frame. See the last picture.
Comes with what you see in the pictures, so you will still need to get a set of Magura four bolt mounts like this : http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=907 to mount the brake on your unicycle. I also have a couple of Magura brand set of mounts with stainless hardware in black and dark grey for sale. Let me know if you are interested.
For one brake Portland, OR is usually $5-$8 for USPS priority mail (three days) to most US addresses. I’m also OK shipping to Canada and have found the USPS first class international rate to be good and deliver in about 7-10 days or so. Paypal works best for me.
Brycer1968. A more direct way to communicate with me is e-mail email@example.com