TC Bros. Axial Brembo Front RH Bracket 2008-up Harley 12.6in Rotor

SKU# 116-0099
Made in the USA




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TC Bros. axially mounted front brake conversions paired with genuine Brembo P4 calipers (sold separately) offer huge performance improvements in both feel/modulation as well as stopping power as compared to OEM Harley calipers. These calipers have been the standard for high performance exotic sport bikes for years. You are currently viewing the TC Bros. Axial Brembo Front RH Bracket for 2008-2017 Harley Models with Oversized 12.6in (320mm) Diameter Rotor (rotor sold separately).

Unique Features:

  • CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum adapter bracket is made in USA.
  • High strength class 12.9 (stronger than Grade 8) socket head hardware included.
  • Allows fitment of larger 12.6in (320mm) diameter rotor for much greater stopping power.

Fitment notes:

  • Fits wire spoke as well as mag wheel applications.
  • Not compatible with ABS model Harley Davidson motorcycles.
  • Bolts directly to the left side fork on all 2008-2017 Harley Davidson models (excluding ABS models).
  • Requires Brembo P4 Right Side Caliper (TC Bros. #116-0123) as well as a 12.6in diameter oversized rotor (TC Bros. #116-0067) for a complete kit (sold separately).
  • Does not fit 2018-newer Milwaukee 8 Softail models.
  • Does not fit factory 11.5in or 11.8in diameter rotors.
  • Installation instructions with diagram included.
  • If upgrading a single-disc bike to dual disc, you will require a master cylinder from a dual disc model Harley Davidson (Dyna #45170-08F, Sportster #45052-07A, Touring #44551-08F, etc.) as well as a brake line kit (sold separately).

WARNING: Brembo calipers require use of DOT 4 brake fluid. DOT 4 and DOT 5 fluids DO NOT MIX. If you have an older Harley running DOT 5 (marked on your master cylinder cover) and you intend to use your existing master cylinder and hoses from your DOT 5 system, the entire system must be thoroughly flushed with denatured alcohol before changing fluids. Failure to do so can cause the fluids to gel resulting in dangerous loss of braking control. Another reasonably inexpensive and easy option is to replace your master cylinder(s) with units from a newer (2007-newer) DOT 4 Harley model (non-ABS).