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Disc brake comprising a brake mechanism










Image Number 9 for United States Patent #6668981.

The present invention concerns a disc brake having a brake mechanism. The disc brake comprises a caliper (16) reaching over a brake disc and having a cavity for receiving the brake mechanism. The brake mechanism comprises a bearing bracket (30) received from the inside in an opening (17) of the caliper (16) in the side wall furthest from the brake disc. The brake mechanism comprises an adjuster mechanism (23) an adjustment shaft (40) and a reset shaft (41). Means (24) are provided for transferring movement between the adjuster and reset shafts (40, 41). The adjuster mechanism is actuated by a lever pin (43) on a lever (31) of the brake mechanism and is received in the bearing bracket (30) at assembly.








 
 
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