Need help finding a replacement for my Zero G Ciamillo Brake

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Also worth considering are light-ish Bontragers and TRPs, which are not too exotic but priced in a slightly more human fashion, IIRC.
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by JSS

Thanks for all your help, I bought the ee brakes this morning

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by Juanmoretime

FWIW A bit too late but from my many years of using Ciamillo brakes I've found a brake going off center easily that the housing is the wrong length. Now that I have that figured out my 3 years on the Gravitas and I have never had to re-cnter them.
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