Each piece of v brake pad comes with a piece of a nut and a piece of spacers. For the following series: Auriga Series, Aquila Series, HDC 300 & 330, and Mira. There are 2 pads for sold per wheel. For use on the front or rear of the vehicle.
👤The brake pads are not what they are advertised to be. On the Amazon listing, it says they are semi-metallic, but you can find organic compound brake pads on the website. They may or may not be good brake pads in their own right, but that is not what was advertised and paid for.
👤My Trek Marlin 5 has the HD-275 brakes. They gave good stopping power, given my weight. The front was crisp and the rear was a little softer. The performance of the pads has always been good. I rode the summit at Schweitzer ski resort this summer and the brakes never faded or made much noise, only a little squeak on the bottom of extended runs at moderately quick speed. The bar grip on rock gardens and technical sections was less sure because of the lack of stopping power on my levers. After changing the brakes on my brother's bike to the MT200's, I found his levers gave much better feel and power than my stock hydros, and as a bonus, the E10.11 pads are a direct fit in the Shimanos as well. I swapped my Marlin for the MT200s and the E10.11 pads gave me the power and feel to get me slowed down, even on the toughest and fastest hills, with just 1 finger. Are they the top-of-the-line brakes? Definitely not. They are hard to beat for value in a general-purpose all-mountain/trail brake pad.
👤I replaced front and rear pads on my e bike. The set had 2 pads in it. The other set only had a single pad, and the package looked like it had been cut open. I returned the second pack and asked for a new one. There is a The third package had only one pad. The package looked like pack #2. The fine print said "discontinued by the manufacturer". I'm returning pack #3 and asking for a refund. Don't waste your time on these because there are a lot of other pads on the market.
👤The pads I got are the E10's not the A10's, which is fine since the E's work better. The breaking performance is smooth and excellent, I was getting noise from the fronts but not with these. The material they are made from works well with my style. I was not sure if these would work with my disks since my bike came with the A's installed, but now I think they should have been installed to begin with. How long will they last? There is a They come with the springs.
👤The brakes are great, quiet, durable, and wet or dry. I ride down a lot of big hills on a heavy Class 2 electric bike. I came back to these because they were the perfect replacement for me. Highly recommended! I'm on the 3rd or 4th set.
👤The pad was ruined because there wasn't enough room to re install the wheel rotor. I lost the bolts holding the caliper in place. One time use of the brakes is what causes them to be thrown away. I will be replacing the whole system with a new one.
They are compatible with both front and rear wheels of most small wheel bicycles. The package is 1.905 cm long. The package is 5.842 cm in width. The package is 10.16 cm high. Vechicle BRAKE PAD is a product.
👤Is it possible that the brakes barely stop your bike? You probably have an older bike that has bone hard, slick pads. New rubber pads can stop the bike almost immediately and stop the screeching, so it's time to change them. There is a It is worth the effort to make the adjustments. It can be done in less than an hour. There is a It does take some mechanical smarts, but no instructions are provided. A bike shop is the best place to get a hammer and plier.
👤I bought an old mountain bike at Goodwill for $7 and used it as a beach cruiser. I ordered the Dia-comp pads because the brakes were not good. The bike is worth more than the brake pads. They don't fit the Kent brake mounts. The Kent bike has a 6mm shaft while the Diacompe pad has a datememe. The Diacompe shaft is too big to fit. I think the pads would work, even though the pads have a radius to match the wheel, and the pads are straight. The rear brake on my daughter's Trek Mountain Cub with 16" wheels is not compatible with the shaft because it is too heavy and bulky. I'm sure they work for someone, but be careful. It's probably not worth shipping back to the seller. The rating was a 3.
👤I don't like the pads. The stopping power is not good and after a little bit of going downhill, the pads make a bad sound and the braking power fades. There was a lot of black on the rim. The pads on my other bike are much better. I'm going to compare the two on this bike. There is an update. The stops are better. I like the way the power is stopped. I took the old pads off the bike, but the Dia Compe pads seemed hard to take off. If they are actually Dia Compe, they might be old stock. The stop pads for the brakes are recommended by me. Stay away from these ones.
👤I wish I didn't have to give 1 star, but just noticed the pad isn't securely mounted to it's shaft, and in my opinion, can pose a danger, so I took them off and put on the old ones until I can find a different brand. I thought they were fine after installing and testing the bike. I haven't used it since but I noticed the pad wasn't in line with the rim. It was loose where the rubber pad would turn on the axis without much effort. I loosened it as I messed with it. I think they're pressed in. I saw a second one the same way. The other two look okay. I don't want that to happen, especially on the front wheel, where it could cause the wheel to lock.
👤I was scared on my first downhill because I am a heavy rider. I have used the compound on my bikes for 20 years. Going back to them. Maybe for 40 lbs. These are not for an adult weight rider. I have set up Cantilever brakes since the 80s, so user set up was not a problem.
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👤It fit my old Trek. They work better since they are softer than the original. I know, Mr. Safety. I will miss the loud scream of the brake pads when clearing the paths of dog walkers. The new pads work well for the brakes, but not for 80 decibel screeches. My helmet is just fine, my horns fit. There was an update in March. They are working well. Took a couple of changes to get them gripping. It's up to you to adjust-by-feel. The front wheel brake adjustment is where the rear wheel comes off the ground. Both F and R work well. My rims are aluminum and they appreciate me getting rid of the old rock hard screamers. I miss the reactions of the dog walkers. Oh my gosh...
👤I got my bike out of storage for the first time in 15 years as part of my quest to improve myself. I took it for a ride without really looking at the brake shoes because I did some basic adjustments, freed up the sticky shifters, and did not notice they were still there. The brakes... I ordered replacements right away because I overlooked something important, but emergency stops were out of the question. When I got the old pads off, they were so hard that they melted when struck together, and they gripped the wheel rim so badly. There is a The new pads were easy to install and have good stopping power after the melted remnants of the old pads wore off. Don't be stupid like me, BRAKES are very important. Make sure yours are functional.
👤I received 2 packages of "Beard protectors" instead of the new brake pads I ordered. I don't want to grow a beard or join the circus, but I can't imagine how the brake pads were confused with "Beard protectors"! I replaced the front & rear tires, steam cleaned the chain, front & rear sprockets, and applied a fresh coat of Tri-Flow Lubricant, all in a week. I will have to wait another week to experience the benefits of my efforts. The new brake pads were going to arrive today. It was a disappointment.
👤I'm working on a mountain bike that was built in the early '90s, but the brake shoes are so hard and slick that I wonder if they're actually older than the bike. The performance is better than the shoes they replaced that were almost 30 years old. I was hoping that they would find some better rubber. Nope. They've gotten worse, and stopping power is notexistent. I wasted a lot of time and energy trying to find a brand that would fit my needs, and now I'm waiting for a different brand so I can start over again. It was very annoying.
👤When I braked, I had a terrible squeel. A bit of search engine helped find a solution. If you angle the leading edge slightly, it won't hurt. I didn't realize that it would cause squeeling. Just to be clear, just FYI.
One pair of 55mm V brake block was included in the bicycle brake pads replacement. The v brake pads have a 1 nut and 4 washers, which are provided for easy installation and removal. The item package is long. The product is a vehicle brake pad. The package width is 10.16 cm. The country of origin is the United States. The package height is 1.524 cm.
👤The biggest benefit of these pads is that they are thin enough to fit inside narrow forks like on my classic steel Pinarello cyclocross frame. I've been using the Kool Stop pads for over two decades on both my bikes and they are in a way a golden standard for a functional, high quality, affordable and durable brake pad. There is nothing exotic about them. They are a good design that doesn't need much change. The thinner pads will not last very long in rain and dirt. I could go through a pair in 3 months.
👤The items were not delivered. The product pictured is the one I wanted to use to mount the brake shoes on my mountain bike. I received some shoes. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤I have gone through five sets of these. They are howling on my bike. I have done all the tricks at the bike shop. Sanded the pads a bit. I cleaned the rim even though I had new rims. They were running on the brakes.
👤The product was okay. The online description was incorrect. It said it had a washer system, but it didn't. The washers were shown in the picture online. They weren't included in a sealed package.
👤All my bikes come with Kool Stops. They work well in the rain. They are not aggressive on your rim.
👤My second purchase of a kool stop worked well.
👤The vintage under chainstay U-brake worked well for an old stumpjumper. The bike stops when you squeeze the brake.
👤The advertisement is misleading. The product delivered does not have washers.
👤The best brake blocks don't leave black dust. Kind to your wheels.
The package is 1.3 cm long. The package width is 8.2 cm. The package is 13 cm high. The vehicle BRAKE PAD is a product.
👤These are the best! These pads are coupled with my Speed Dial 7's and give fantastic stopping power in any weather condition. After my last tune up, the bike shop replaced my worn down Kool Stops with another brand and the performance dropped immediately. Never using another brand again. There is a The package has replacement pins and pads. It's highly recommended to upgrade for the best bang for the buck.
👤I put these on the v-brakes of my LHT, which sees daily commute service. The best brake pads I've ever had on a bike are the ones that minimize the loud, sometimes embarrassing squeal bike brakes can make when it's raining or not. The leading edge of the brake pad is designed to push away water, dirt, and grim that may be in the rim when it rains. There is a These pads are the best I've found, they're short of disc brakes, which have their own issues, and would mean I'd need to get a new bike frame anyway. There is a I'm glad they're on Prime now because I couldn't make it to the LBS.
👤I have these on my family's bikes. Even in wet and sloppy conditions, these pads are reliable, even for my wife and I. When putting them on your bike, pay attention to the mounting direction, the longer side goes forward to plane away the wet rim before the stopping surface engages. They last on par with other high end pads and it's easy to swap them out of the boot with a set of needle nose pliers. Good design and good value.
👤The pads are just as good or better than the original ones. The installation tip is to remove the whole V-brake from the pivot bolt. Before you begin, make sure you have a half inch or so spare because you will probably have to slacken your brake cable with the new thicker pads. It's important to have a large pair of channel-lock pliers to squeeze the pads a little so the retaining pin slot lines up with the holes.
👤Measure the length of your pad holder to make sure you get the correct length. I use the V brakes on my Cannondale with different lengths, and I use the KoolStop inserts on my Specialized road bike. They stop well when wet.
👤I've had the same experience several times with the V-brake pads. The issue is completely solved with the switch to the red pads. Excellent product and recommended!
👤I installed these on my bike, and they are good. I almost launched myself over the handlebars after I installed these pads. I was stupid to wait too long to replace my pads. The feature of these brake pads is that they have an angle tip. When the pads are aligned correctly, the rear tip can make light contact with the tire before the rest of the pad can get wet. It works well, but it takes a bit of extra work to get the right alignment. It is worth the extra few minutes if you don't.
Their heat pack is ready for more if you use it more than once. They designed every detail to stand up to repeated use and provide you with consistent muscle pain relief. It was sunny. The Bay Microwavable Neck heating Pad is for hot or cold muscle therapy. The size is 5 x 26. Filled with all natural grain for the best heat retention. Only a spot clean. The weight is 2.5 lbs. The bike brake pads are made of hard-wearing rubber which can decrease noise and provide good braking power in wet and dry conditions. The road brake pad is 50mm in length and easy to remove and install with the tool. V shaped water-leaking tanks: c brake pads with V-shaped tank design will do no harm to the wheel and improve braking ability. The versatile c brake pads are good for most road brake bikes, each pair has left and right part, without front and rear, and each piece has a text mark. The package includes 2 pairs of road brake pads with a tool, and comes with a lightweight tool for easy installation.
👤The rubber pads on the brakes do not have enough grip to stop the bike. The brakes were hard to grip and stop the bike.
👤I've been very pleased with the purchase. The pads seem to last a long time as I've been on many hilly rides and they have very little visible wear. Many of the comments seem to be related to the installation of the pads. They are marked well. I had no issues with installation. Try to picture the wheels turning in a certain direction, and install the pads so the chevrons are facing against the spin direction. If the wheel is spinning to the left, you should know the stripes to the right. Where --- indicates the direction of the wheel spin, it's called > > > ---. There is a I will definitely be purchasing them for my other bikes as their pads need replacements.
👤The products look good and work well in less than 1000 miles. There is a They barely show any wear, but I started to feel metal to metal contact. The metal pins were visible on the surface of the pads. Not sure if it is a mistake in design or manufacturing. It's become a really bad deal for me.
👤After sitting in a barn for 30 years, the Schwinn super le tour originally had the salmon colored brakes, but they were hard as bricks. The reviews for reproduction pads were bad, I didn't know what kind to order for a vintage bike. I ordered these because they are easy to install and stop the bike better than the old timey ones. They are a little bigger and easier to install.
👤I bought these pads to replace the ones on the boy's bike. They installed easily and seemed to be nice. They had little to stop power after testing the brakes. They didn't work very well, no matter how hard you tried. I'm skilled at bike maintenance and repair, and I verified that everything was aligned correctly, and there were no issues with the cables. I degreased the rims in case there was some sort of oil on them. Nothing seemed to improve the operation. There is some sort of grease preventing these pads from stopping. You can feel the push back in the hand brake lever, but you don't stop very well. There is a The other build quality aspects of these pads seem to be good, as I might have gotten a set of pads with a bad amount of rubber in them. They don't work when you ask them to do what you need them to do, and that causes the wheels of the bike to spin.
👤I replaced the brakes on the boy's bike with these. I cleaned the rims as part of the install. I had to dig a real one out of my tool box after I found the low quality tool stripped at the corners. These things were installed with clean rims and had little stopping power, which could be a safety risk. They do a better job with the owner as he weighs less than I do, but it is still a gradual slow down rather than a stop. I told the Dad that I would look for something made with higher grade rubber that was softer and grippier for safety reasons.
The vehicle BRAKE PAD is a product. T6 forged aluminum is the material of the bike V brake arms. The coil springs design is for rim brakes. One pair of high quality 55mm. The V brake pads come with the set. They are compatible with both front and rear wheels of most small wheel bicycles.
👤The brakes are pretty good. They replaced old worn out Tectros. The pads are close to each other. The stuff on the big box store stuff and the entry level big names is better. I might not use these on a race machine, but for the average commuter. I built them up with inexpensive parts from Amazon. The quality is pretty good despite being relatively old tech.
👤The stock v-brakes on my Huffy were not working. The install was easy because one of the old calipers rusted on the post. I have a lot of experience with bikes. This was a free upgrade for my daughter's friend and I would normally buy a name brand. I wanted to keep the price low. I was surprised by the quality of the brakes. They seem to be made of good materials. If you are converting from a different brake type, you may need to purchase an extra cable housing.
👤The box looked great. They didn't work out like that. One of the sets was good to use. The other two had a weak spring and sticky inside sleeve. The pads and hardware were fine, but one set cost more than two. I wouldn't have given a rating of 5. It would have been a good deal.
👤It would be easier if they had instructions on how to install. There was a brown box with parts inside.
👤It may be thinner than Shimano. They are forged. 4 ounces was removed. The bike was over the stock brakes. The BR -T4000 set is 100 grams lighter. 70mm pads make a difference.
👤Installation seems to work well and it was easy to install. The original brakes were several years old. They look great.
👤The screws were sheared off with a little effort. Total waste of money.
👤It is easy to adjust the brakes if both sides pull in to squeeze the wheel. lubricating the shaft is a good idea when you install the brake assembly.
👤I didn't use the included pads but they look good. The v brakes are all metal and fit perfectly. It is simple to setup on an older specialized hardrock for a great value.
👤I decided to use this on my bmx because I never use breaks. They grip well. No more holes in my shoes.
The package height is 1.524 cm. All kinds of brake system are compatible with their brakes pads. Their brakes are very precise. They are tailored to the system. It is an easy installation. The design is modern. The V-shaped tank design of the mountain bike brake pads is what they come with. Sand or stone damage to the wheel rim is prevented by this tank design. The design will help in offering significant performance advantages over other brakes. Two pairs of bicycle brake pads are included in the package. 50mm is the size of the brakes. They have left and right markings on their brakes for convenience. 50 MM length of brake pads gives greater stopping surface without harsh noise. Their rubber suits are suitable for all weather conditions. The brakes perform well in long term tests. High-quality material has been utilized for their mountain bike pads. Their brakes are made of long aluminum alloy and hard-wearing rubber. You can contact their dedicated customer service if you have an issue.
👤I bought a few pairs of these pads for my two road bikes. I replaced old time-hardened pads in both cases. Both installations were easy to install and the brakes were easy to adjust. The toe in was hard to adjust to, but there was no sound, so it was fine. The soft pads made a big difference in smoothing the action on the bikes. At higher speeds, braking was more gradual and a lot more power and lever compression was needed for enough stopping power. These are still softer than some of the soft pads made by Shimano. I ride on semi-rural roads where I rarely have to brake suddenly, but doing so would require my hands in the drops getting the most leverage possible. It is difficult to apply maximum force in the hoods. If you ride in areas where sudden stops are a necessity, these pads are not for you. If you would like smooth soft pads that are expected to wear your rims slower and most of your stops to be controlled, these should do the job. I don't think these will last long because they are so soft to begin with. The price to utility ratio is still pretty good.
👤I put off replacing my pads for too long. What a difference these made. It was easy to install and I was prepared for the change. I did not hurl myself over the handlebars. I will probably get another set to have on hand when I'm able to replace these.
👤They are fine for a non professional rider or kids bike.
👤Working well so far! Easy to install.
👤My daughter was unable to use the brake since it took a lot of force to stop the bike.
👤The wrench was included, it was good that they didn't have a standard screw connection.
👤The price and value is what I like. They are quiet so far. They are easy to install onto a Murray Ultra Terrain bicycle. I would buy them again.
Each piece of v brake pad comes with a piece of a nut and a piece of spacers. It is made of high-quality nitrile rubber, wear-resistant, and does not hurt the rim, so that you can say goodbye to the harsh noise, and every time you brake is so comfortable. If there is a sound after installation, please adjust the installation position. The "LIMIT" word is a reminder to replace the brake pads to prevent accidents. The raised rubber text won't be washed away by rain and soil. The long service life is mentioned. The brake pad can be used 8000-10000 times when the speed is 12.5KM/H. The curved design fits the radian of the tire better. The drain boxes on the brake pads help stop the bike's power in the worst weather conditions and the grooves help drain water and indicate wear. It's comparable with all of the V-shaped systems. It's compatible with most mountain bikes. There are 3 pairs of 70mm pads in the set. It is more convenient to have left and right distinguishing signs.
👤I care about what I put on my bikes. I'm happy with the feel of the pads. Smooth, firm, and quiet. The low quality finish on the conical washers added resistance to slipping, despite the fact that the machining finish is not beautiful. This is not an issue once they're installed. There is a pro-install tip. The trailing end of the pads should be positioned a bit away from the rim using a rubber band or folded business card. The "toe-in" technique helps to smooth and quiet break. If you need to replace your pads, make sure to replace the brake cables as well. Couple of bucks on Amazon. There is a There are three sets of pads, one set more than you need for a bike. Get enough pads for 3 bikes by buying 2 sets.
👤I got these for my cyclocross bike that I was fixing up last winter to use as a secondary bike and to try off-road riding this fall and winter. During the spring and summer I rode on the road for 15-20 miles per ride, and this fall I have been doing gravel riding for an hour or two each week. They wore down a bit over the summer, but held up well. The performance was okay initially, but it decreased as they wore. They did not last long after I stopped riding off the road. The spare set included in the package only lasted a couple of weeks after the back set wore out. They had a decent amount of material left on them, but both the front and rear set wore down in a matter of minutes. I'm not sure if they were meant for this type of use, but I am surprised how quickly they wore out. Without the cross race, they wouldn't have been usable. There is a If you want to ride light road, rail trails, or similar types of riding, I think these will work just fine, but they'll probably wear out faster than name brands, and the braking isn't as good as higher quality pads. I can't recommend them if you want to ride more competitively, or if you need to rely on the brakes a lot. I don't fault them for not holding up in how I used them, but at most can only give them 3 stars as a cheap set of brakes with "just okay" performance at their best.
👤I bought this for my son's mountain bike because I thought it would be a nice upgrade from the cheap ones. I was not happy with the performance of the brake pads. I got pink pads because I ordered red. My son pointed out that it looks nothing like the pictures. The pads quality looked okay at first, but man took 30 minutes to install and adjust all of them. We went for a bike ride and came back. There was pink dust on the bike rim. That was only 2 miles and wore out? I should have listened to the reviews about how to wear out quickly. I went to a local bike shop and bought Clark's brake pads for his bike, which was a day difference. Buy better quality if you spend that extra money.
COMPATIBILITY The brake pads are suitable for bikes that are over 20 inches. You can buy the same quality bicycle at a cheaper price if you don't have to go to a bicycle shop. Each piece of v brake pad comes with a piece of a nut and a piece of spacers. The V bike brake pads have a slightly curved design which does not hurt the wheel, and provide braking ability. TheBrake Pad size is 70mm/ 2.76 inch in length, 10mm/ 0.39 inch in width and 38mm/ 1.50 inch in height, it's lightweight and portable, it's convenient for riding a long journey. The v brake pad is made of hard-wearing rubber and metal and the water-leaking tanks help stop power of your bike in adverse weather conditions. If you want to read the text on the brake pads, leave the left and right ones.
👤Over the past 4 years, I've put almost 2000 miles on my Giant Escape 2, and 1500 of them in the past 4 months. It felt like being in a gas chamber. The brakes were getting worse, but I just lived with it. The rear brake pads started making a grinding sound one day, and after a quick investigation I discovered that they had worn down to the metal. Oops. There is a I found a nice pack of brake pads and decided to try them out. The pads looked a little longer than the ones on my bike, but I thought that was okay. It was easy to swap out the brake pads, but the difference they made was even better. Wow! I can stop now. Way, way, way better. I have a set of pads on my shelf ready to go for the next change, because I bought the 4-pack. Customer was very happy and would buy again.
👤"You get what you pay for" is the old saying. The brake pads were obvious to be of low quality. The rim contact surfaces were not flat but curved, the finish was poor, and the hardware was low budget. The bolt length was too short to allow the nut to make enough contact, so I had to use thinner spacers. What is the most important feature? How did the brakes work? The bike was not stopped well by the brake pads. They did not perform their job quickly because of the amount of pressure they were under. They felt "disgust". They didn't perform as brakes need to perform, so I could have lived with the poor quality appearance. I was thankful that I was able to get a refund quickly.
👤My kids have a bike. My wife has a 26" bike. The brake pads are not as good as the stopping power and adjustability of the original ones. The allen wrench that comes with the brakes is very cheap and rounded over so you should use a good allen wrench.
👤I had the worst time working on a cheap bike repair when I got a set of these. The threaded stud on the backside of the rubber brake pad was pulling loose during the installation process, allowing the pad to flop around despite the properly Torqued bolt. I finished the job after getting one of the four sets to work. I'm not sure how my experience with this product is different than other reviewers. I think I'm a bit better than a novice bike mechanic with a lot of experience. This is the first time I have ever had something like this happen. The low end quality of the bike being repaired could have contributed to the issue.
👤The brake pads are working. They don't stop, which was important to me. The brakes on my bike were making noise so loudly that it was becoming embarrassing. I'm happy to have solved that issue. There is a I think they're ok. I don't have a lot of information for comparison but I think the pads would perform better if the rubber was a bit more supple. The rubber of the brake pad is hard to touch, and it is hard to feel the sensation of plastic. Maybe this makes them last longer. Or perhaps a function of their lower quality. They work well in any event. If I'm being honest, my braking distance is probably a little worse than with the original brake pads. I'm happy with this purchase as I don't need high performance equipment and these provided a decent solution at the right price point for me.
The vehicle BRAKE PAD is a product. The package dimensions are 14.986 L X 10.922 W X 3.302 H. The product is a vehicle brake pad. The package weight is 0.09 pounds. The country of origin is the United States.
👤There were no complaints here. The base of the post has weird flutes that increase the diameter by a small amount. I can't say I understand the need for this, as other pads don't have this, and these pads try to rotation when tightened just like any other brake pad. The washer is forced down along the flutes for a tight fit when they're there. These pads are 70mm in length and straight. I was concerned that they wouldn't work well with the 406mm BMX rim. I was installing them against a wall. The tips don't touch the tire's rim, and the center part of the pad is against it. I bought these because they're yellow. I was not finding any shorter choices. They don't make any noise and are installed with non-adjustable brakes.
👤Be advised... Choose from Black, MFG Part Number, or Salmon during extreme weather. They are not offering the Salmon-extreme weather brake pad, but they are offering a red one.
👤I ride to work in San Francisco over some large hills. I buy the cheapest ones I can find when I go through brake pads. I decided to change my strategy and try the Kool Stops. Here is a summary of my experience. It's easy to install 2. They have very little breaking power after putting them on. This is stated on the package and should not be ignored. 3. These brake pads are great after being broken in. They don't fade after extended use. I would recommend them to anyone who commutes in hilly or rainy areas.
👤It was made in America. I love these pads!
👤Can I give these 6 or 7 stars out of five? I didn't know brake pads could stop like this. I can almost lock up the rear at 180 pounds. Gary fisher brakes would barely slow me down before my stock one. There is a Who cares about disc brakes with these? Best upgrade you will ever make... For 20 bucks. The feel of stopping is nice. I can lock up both tires with the squeezed brakes. It's pretty shocking. These are a great upgrade. Will never buy another pad. No need for disc brakes is affirmed.
👤The best break pads are on your bike. I pull a pedicab. I'm pulling around 1000 lbs. with the trailer weight and a load of passengers. The pads stop it all. The rain was fantastic. I'm a big fan of my bike. They never shriek once properly adjusted. It is worth the money.
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