The replacement of Y8C998050. 2 pairs of discs with a brake pad without a fin. BR-M500, BR-M It is possible to make less noise with the use of the Resin pads. The disc brake pad is of high quality.
👤These were bought 3 months ago and appear to be either faulty or knock offs. Reason being... I have had a previous set for 3 years and they are already worn out. I only ride 2 times per week on the 10 mile trail. The trail is called the Fullerton loop. The pics of the pads were attached. I'm sticking to the website for my bike parts.
👤After one ride, the pads fell apart. The bike shop has a pad on the left. The two pads on the right are not good. The difference in color leads me to believe they are not the same pads. They fell apart after one ride. Not safe!
👤I bought this product back in March and installed it at the beginning of August because I was going to need to change my brakes in the coming months. I have been riding for 20 miles every other day since installing the brake pads and last night my brakes failed in the middle of traffic. I was able to slow down thanks to gravity. I noticed that the entire pad separated from the metal backing when I checked my brakes. I have never seen anything like this before. I am not bashing the quality of the product but I wanted to share my experience in case someone else is interested in purchasing these brake pads. The first picture shows how the metal backing on the left brake pad is still there. The other side only has metal backing.
👤The baggy that they arrived in was pretty worn and had a hole in it. There is a The correct item number and the stamped "Shimano" make the brake pads seem legit. The packaging makes it look like a knock-off part, and it came with 6 split pins, one for each set of pads. I wonder if these are actually Shimano pads. Some of the split pins are not long and would not work. I guess it was good that there were 6 in the package. I took a quick test ride after installing them and they seem to be working well. The test will be on a ride. If I have any issues, I'll post an update.
👤I bought new pads because the old ones were so noisy. I put the new pads on, cleaned my rotor, and put the wheel back on. I can't use my front brakes because it's deafening. My next bike won't have the same components. I don't know if they are real or fake, but they are just a tiny baggie of something. I don't know if the components are legit or not.
👤The springs and cotter pins come with the pads, so I like that. That makes them a complete disc brake service kit. The cheap and small washers used on the bolts for most of the Shimano mounts are easy to use and are "domed", which is why a complete kit would include them. The brakes on my new bike were so crazy that I didn't know how to break them in. It's almost impossible to clean out of the pad when you have a chain lube on the disc. It's easier to replace the pad after it's been damaged. If your pads are "glazing" frequently, you should just throw on a new set of pads. It's cheaper than having to clean a dirty pad.
If you want to read the text on the brake pads, leave the left and right ones. The pads are for the initial bite. The short break-in period isdurable. Disk wear is low and the feel is comfortable. Smooth braking offers power. Compared to metal pads, the brakes make less noise.
👤I hit the boys with a slap and then hit the trail to hit me. A big wet rock. The brake pads were locked up and I was able to slide even more out of control, into a bush. I found several hundred ripe blackberries. After picking my self out of that mess, I kept riding and the salty tears stinging my lacerations. The brake pads worked well for the rest of the trail and are a good buy for the price and depression. Thanks!
👤The material for the brakes is much thicker than stock pads or any other compatible brand. The pad surface rubs continuously on the rotor even with the pistons on my TRP Spyres dialed all the way out. There is not enough adjustment at the mount. It's odd that the TRP units are a bit thinner. I think the fit would be non-functional if you have the same type of rotors. If you're riding and racing in muddy winter conditions, the Swiss Stop 15 is the best Spyres I've found so far. The Swiss Stop units are expensive and hard to find, but they perform beautifully and last longer than any pads I've tried. Don't use these generic pieces of crap. They seem to have been made in a factory run by people who don't know how bicycle disc brakes work.
👤I ordered the pads because they work well on the downhill stretch of my commute. The pads have a lot of material so right from the start, the pad was dragging on the rotor even though my calipers were pressing all the way back in. I was going to belt sand off but ended up using my old brake rotors to clear the pads. After the pads stopped dragging, I put on my new floating rotors and bedded the brakes in again. The bike is 70 lbs. The pads have to stop a lot of mass for me to be able to play. The ability to change the brake lever was traded. The new pads and rotors meshed well after 2 days of commute and I am happy with my braking power. If the pads had. I would have given them a 5 star rating. The brakes on my e-bike are the HD-E350s.
👤The factory brakes on my Specialized st are not impressive. It was not a good idea to single finger brake. I was going to throw a new set of pads instead of spending 100s on new brakes. Wow! The pads do exactly as advertised, with lots of initial bite and dirt not phase them. I can now brake with one finger. I have put 500 miles on these brake pads and they perform the same as they did when I installed them. I have 100s more rough miles to put on these due to the extra material that others complain about. If you're thinking of buying these pads, just buy them. At 15 bucks, you can't go wrong.
👤I bought these for a Fuji Absolute 1.9 bike that uses a low end mechanical disk brakes. The pads immediately gave a better feel with less noise than the original pads. After removing the old pads, I noticed they still had a good amount of material left, and I probably could have adjusted them before replacing them. The pads had a new cotter pin, spring shim and a longer one that was not needed for my bike. If I have any issues with these, I'll update this review.
The shaping of the sawtooth on the outside decreases the chance of brake squeal. It comes with steel bolts that will work with any 6 Bolt compatible hubs. The material is a backing plate of steel. The compatibility of the XTR BR-M9000, XTR BR-M9020, XTR BR-M987, and XTR BR-M985 is listed below. Recommended use is mountain biking. The manufacturer warranty is for 2 years.
👤Lots of reviews talked about noise and abrupt braking. I put these on a rear disc that had been in contact with the backer on the old pads. Not bad, but still... They worked well before they were bedding them in. Smooth control, no noise. Can you tell me how long they last? The original pads had more than 5000 miles on them. There is a I don't brake very often. There is a Don't brake, it will only slow you down.
👤It was bought because of the name. What a mistake! It was a little shaky at first. I gave it a chance. Each week it got worse. A male turkey is running around. It was just my brakes. I ordered new brake pads based on recommendations because I couldn't take it anymore. The squealing was eliminated by the pads.
👤The front brakes were upgraded just when they wore out, and they were much stronger than the original. The rear had to be upgraded to keep it in balance. I only need one finger to brake, but still use two in order to have better control, after some getting used to it.
👤Work well and have always been more than enough for us. I have never felt like I needed the extra cooling fins. The new pads made a difference.
👤These are great if you stop hard. If you ride your breaks a lot, then you should use the resin. I know some riders who do metal up front.
👤The harder they are used the better they get. They stop when they do squeal.
👤I use these on my ebike. I get little to no squeaking with proper bedding.
👤I chose a 3rd party brand to save money. What a mistake! Loud after a couple hundred miles. It's not worth it to buy theses.
Light alloy holder. There is a replacement brake pad insert. The reference number is BR 6700.
👤The bad news is that the threaded barrel on the SwissStop Full FlashPro Elites did not fit my 1990 Exage Motion calipers. There is a The good news is that they tend to be a bit noisy. I may try to quiet them down by pulling them. They stop by as well. My original pads were 27 years old, never having been changed, and started to leave nasty marks on my aluminum rim. I can replace them with SwissStop pads when they wear out.
👤I have tried a lot of the long, wide or long and wide pads and couldn't find one that wasn't loud or not very good in wet. They are harder to position. These are small but solid and that makes them stop good. The rubber stops.
👤After an Allen wrench stripped one of the screws on my bike, I used these to replace it. I thought I would just replace the whole thing. It was easy to fit my Trek road bike with 105 components. I will likely get another set because it looks sharp and it has a matt finish. My brakes match. After descending a hill at 27mph, I was able to stop quietly. I feel safe on my bike.
👤It was easy to install on my Vilano road bicycle. I'm not a bike mechanic, but they are doing a great job of stopping the bike and going fast downhill. There is a The install was difficult because they had to align them to the tire. They were not in alignment when I tightened them. I'm not a bike mechanic, so there's probably a better way to keep them in place. I was able to save $50 at the bike shop by not having my bike for a few days. It was worth it.
👤I used whatever was available and didn't notice much of a difference, I never paid much attention to brake shoes. I noticed a huge improvement in brake performance when I put these on my bike. These are worth the money.
👤I use these on my road bike and they do a great job. We get a lot of rain in Washington. The pads will work quickly in the rain. I have had to be careful when I pull strangers because I usually can go much quicker than they can. There is a The performance more than compensates for the wear out they do. You can either go with cheap pads that won't perform well, or pads that perform well and you replace more often. My safety is more important than money.
👤clearance was not an issue for my 90s retro that has a slightly larger design with metal shoes. The bolt hole post on these guys was a little big for my brakes so they were a bit of a pain to adjust but once adjusted they will not move.
👤The brake pads were a great replacement for the ones that came with my bike. Even for someone with very little bike maintenance experience, they're easy to install and align. It's important to give it a small test run in the driveway. It was gratifying to find that my bike would stop after installation. I would like to see these in packs of two.
There are mounts to IS six-bolt hubs. The bolts have an anti-loosen plate. The reference number is for Shimano. SM-RT56
👤The only thing not to like about these is that they only work with resin pads. You're still limited, but they're reasonably priced. If you think you can get away with using standard, or semi-metalic pads, you're going to ruin the rotor and it's not going to be pretty. If you buy this, make sure you have the right pads. I'm very happy with the combo of new pads and rotors. I took my bike to a steep hill to bed them. They will still sing when wet, but not as badly as I replaced them with.
👤Good quality is typical for the company. The brake rotors were finished and perfect. The front and rear 180mm and 160mm are both excellent quality and finish. Only the residuary pads. There is a problem Quiet, smooth and powerful. The stops are quiet and free of squeaking. The surface is smooth and there is no strange sound. The stops are strong enough to skid a tire on gravel. There is a problem The set up includes two m375 calipers on Universal to post mount, a 180mm rotor in the rear, and a post mount kit. The brake levers are from the T-Type. This setup costs less than $50 a wheel and has enough power on my single speed 29er.
👤Basic specifications only for 160mm diameter. I've ridden the two. There is a The weight -- I found the thickness of Ventura to be inconsistent and returned and tried another. I like them. The SM-RT56-S 142g 1.65mm was taken off because of noise. There is a The 140mm Outerdo is coming from China and it's harder to find 140mm rotors. I bought both front and back from Ventura and Outerdo and thought I'd compare them to the Avid. We will hear how they sound this spring.
👤Replacement of the original rotors. The minimum thickness spec written on the rotor made the original ones too worn. The screws were easy to replace and had a blue thread lock. You just need the driver.
👤I live at the beach and the light rust on the rotor is an excellent abrasive to wear the rotors thin at an accelerated rate. My last machine was about 2 years old. I was looking for a lower cost rotor from a name brand company. If you don't have the new T-25 Torx mounting screws, you can buy one at the local hardware store for $1. These rotors are packed in a sheet of cardboard. I have no complaints about the way they arrived. I don't think you can find a better one.
The article is called Y-8LW98030 The brand is Shimano.
👤These were delivered in plastic bags, not the cardboard/plastic packs. I hope these aren't fake or returned. There is a The vendor said that J03a can be used for workshops. There is a We are packing them again. They are original.
👤It would be great if it were possible to add models that are designed for.
👤I got a 30% more mileage from my previous J02A pads because of the smooth and quiet braking.
👤The pads on my bike are still in good shape so they go in the parts bin when I need them. Second time ordering and not needing them. I will have them when I need them.
👤I have some oil on my pads. It was as good as new after being replaced with these.
👤The pressure plates are seated immediately upon use.
👤We will have to see how long they last on my bike.
👤They can be used on XT brakes. It's easy to install. It was delivered quickly.
👤The best brake pads for my bike.
👤Non metalliche per capirci, ho cercato di acquistatare la versione. "Credo" di esserci riuscito, ma solo grazie alle risposte degli altri acquirenti. La descrizione del prodotto fosse pi chiara is necessario.
For ZTR 975, XT 775/765, and LX 585. The metallic compound is a material. Saint M820, Zee M640, XT 4-piston are compatible. The claimed weight was 1.4oz. The manufacturer warranty is for 2 years.
👤The fit is perfect on the light bee. They work well and look good. The pads are better than the original ones.
👤The photos are not correct, but the description is correct. The pads are made of metal. It's great for him.
👤It worked well with my bike.
👤The front brake pads are better than my stock ones. If you are going to be doing a lot of road riding you should upgrade the controller and battery as the stock ones are a little undersized.
👤It's perfect for my Segway X260. Also. The seller was very fast in shipping these to me.
👤One would expect them to work. There were no issues with stopping or modulation. The noise that comes from these pads was something I noticed. The pads are large and have mass. Since most of my bike is carbon, it took me forever to figure out where the metal was coming from. I spread the spring between the pads to make the noise go away.
👤The upgrade of the brake pads was great. The performance of the brakes has been increased. Reduces the noise of the brakes. No modifications were made to the fit. Plug and play.
👤The pads feel great so far. I might change my review. I have never used these brake pads before.
👤Great upgrade to your brakes. Superb stopping power.
👤It's a genuine part for really good breaks.
👤Come cani rabbiosi, bello avere dei freni. There is a Io peso oltre in ordine di marcia. I freni a 4 pistoni lavoravano, a semi-metalliche. I questo fenomeno non presenta pi, ma anche modulabile, e con sforzo da parte mia. Ho ridotto sensibilmente, l'indolenzimento di mani incrementando di molto il feeling con la bici. There is a Montate su pinza.
👤Pastiglie con alette. Le preferisco per essere montate nella pinza posteriore. Non ritengo, la pena pagarla a prezzo pieno ma, se sono in offerta, vengono vendute a prezzo equivalente a quelle senza alette. Arrivano in una scatolina di cartone.
👤I prezzo a mio iso, pago meno le pastiglie Brembo per la mia moto stradale, per devo ammettere. Montate una. Nonostante le alte velocit, ho affrontato discese in off-road. Ottimo prodotto, ma credo.
The reference number is for Shimano. SM-RT56 BR-M375 Disc Brake Caliper.
👤The brakes were one system that I felt deserved an upgrade. I wanted to try disc brakes, but felt a pair of SHIMANO M375 Brake Calipers were a good entry level choice. There is a The mounting bolts are pre- thread lockered. The installation was easy. The front and rear rotors were installed by me. The front fork and rear fork were used with a post to post adapter and an IS to post adapter. The M375 works great with this setup. The braking is strong even when wet, even after a couple test rides. There is a When the lever is squeezed, there are two stationary pads and one moving one. I have watched some instructionals that recommend placing a credit card between the stationary pad and the rotor. This works, but I found it wasn't necessary. The bolts that were installed to hold the calipers in place were hand tight. I squeezed the brake lever to allow the caliper to adjust itself on the mount. I tightened the bolts and secured the caliper. This will cause the pad to move. If you look through your wheel from the opposite side, you will see an adjustment bolt for the stationary pad. The wheel spun freely until I backed off the pad. The pad can be adjusted forward as it wears down. My 2 cents. There is a Don't forget to order/ buy new brake cables if you're converting from V (rim) brakes. The brake lines are too short to reach the new position. If you are looking for an entry level mechanical disc brake system, I recommend the Shimano M375 calipers. Thank you for reading my review, I hope you found it helpful.
👤This is the equivalent of a brake caliper. The easiest way to set up this style of brake is to have one side actuate and the other stationary. Leave the caliper loose by bolting it in place. 2. There is a business card between the stationary pads. 3. The opposite side pad should be adjusted. In this case, you need an Allen wrench. 4. The caliper should be tightened in place. 5. The business card needs to be removed. The caliper should actuate to a friction point without a lot of throw. From there, adjust. After the pads wear a little, you shouldn't get any squeals. There is a It is just as good as the other one. This is a good value-point if you have a recreation-style bicycle.
The contents are in a 2 pack. Their brake pads are made up of high quality fibers and organic material that are bonding together with a substance called resin, which gives them a maximum initial bite. Their brake pads are made of resin and have low disk wear and a comfortable braking feel. Less noise can be achieved by using organic brake pads. The brake pads are compatible with the Shimano M575 M525 M515 T615LX. M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M 465, M Dash Sport has a box called the Dash Sport Tektro OrionSL. Buy with confidence. If you have a product issue, please don't hesitate to contact them via the Amazon message system, they will do their best to solve it.
👤I don't usually leave a review, but these have blown me out of the water. I ride an E bike and use a lot of breaks. Quieter than the brand! Not sure about longevity. I would like to change them again very easily.
👤I haven't ridden with these pads long enough to really review them. But! There is a They don't make noise. They stopped my bike. I'm happy with them.
👤Pros: Aggressive grip, cheap Cons: wore out very quickly. They stopped my ebike quickly, but they also wore out quickly. I'm hoping to find ones that will last longer, as these lasted a month on moderate use.
👤I just replace my bike about once a year. They are just as good as the more expensive ones.
👤It matched my original breaks. It was easy to install. Good grip. Good price. I have two sets of hope. Highly recommended, will do it again.
👤The brakes seem to be the same brand and type as the factory ones, and they work great.
👤It was like a cheap price. It's easy to install. The power of the brakes. Put the thick pads on the disc and slide them over. Thick pads highlight warped discs and cause rubbing. I installed so I don't know how long. I bought new discs to improve my performance. I need a tool to pull discs. It's time to get some tools.
👤The pads are great. My sons and I have the same brakes on our Trek Marlin.
👤They haven't been installed yet to determine use. There is a They fit my brakes well. Will review after they are used.
👤All worked well and at a good price.
BR M760, BR M750, BR M739, BR M737, BR M600, BR M580, BR M570, BR M530, BR M510, BR M432 are compatible. The pads are genuine. Ice-Technologies heat radiation cooling fins with metal sintered braking compound are used. The metal pad and spring have a cooling fin. Will fit; BR-M9000, BR-M9020, BR-M8000, BR-M985, BR-M785, BR-M666, BR-S700, BR-R785. The article is called Y-8LW98030
👤These have been exceptional pads and I don't give many 5-star reviews. I'm using these pads with the BR-7000 SLX calipers from the SLX line, which is much better than the lower-end ones from Shimano. I use the bike for my commute to and from work year-round in Wisconsin, USA, but I load it moderately heavily and use it for only four distinct seasons with all weather extremes. I stop a loaded bike at the bottom of hills on my commute because it's a hilly one. I put these pads through all of the wet and dry conditions, ranging from 100F to -10F and atmospheric conditions ranging from very humid to extremely dry. My pads see tons of road salt, sand, snow, ice, sleet, rain, mud, general debris, grease, and everything else that can be picked up from roads and trails when urban commuters commute in all weather extremes. I'm trying to say that I put my brakes through hell and rely on having great brakes to stay safe in traffic and on bumpy, poorly maintained roads. It took me a while to switch to metallic pads, but now I'm a fan! There is a Even in wet or icy conditions, the pads have great grip on the rotors. These stop me even when the calipers are wet from the rain. When they are extremely wet or have picked up oil or grease, the only time I hear them screeching is when the rain stops and I give the rotors a good cleaning. The stopping distance is increased when the water is very wet, but there is no comparison with organic pads in the wet. I got 2500mi rear/4400mi front on my last set of J06C finned metal pads and expect the same out of these. I should have replaced the old ones sooner because they had very little material left at that mileage, but I replaced them when the levers were too far out because they were still stopping me. I used to burn through organic and semi-metallic pads at least every 500mi before I switched to finned metal pads. I have a front suspension fork which I prefer not to nosedive on hard front braking, which is why I got so many more miles out of the front. I have more weight on the rear because I ride with panniers. There is a I've been positive about these pads. They've earned my trust and I've been impressed with their performance. I had to replace my old set, so I ordered another set. When you consider how many miles I get out of these compared to cheaper organic pads, they're not a bad value and very worth it for the all-condition performance. If you work your brakes hard in tough conditions, I recommend the J03C pads.
👤I put grab in the title because these can get grabby. I was tired of the brakes that wouldn't stop on technical downs. There is a I added 203mm rotors to the mix. I feel the grab now. You feel something grabbing something. The levers are so easy to use now. I can see where people run one metal and one organic pad. I may try it soon. There is a My organic pads were great for a while, then they died. I use my brakes a lot. I did not over brake or panic brake. I feather mine with the lightest of touches most of the time, but sometimes on some trails it is grabbing a fist full. The importance of great brakes has been realized by me since my motoX days. You will be fast if you learn to use them.
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. The pads are genuine. The steel back plate has a compound. Will fit; BR-M525, BR-M465, BR-M486, BR-M485, BR-M510, BR-M510. The replacement of Y8C998050.
👤My name is my mt. The bike's brakes went bad and it was not possible to stop in less than a block. The local bike shop only deals with one supplier and they said they were out. I had the local bike shop install them after an employee snuck me the part number. I am back to biking 8 miles a day.
👤Time will tell if these are quality pads.
👤These popped in and worked great. They stop well and are quiet after we broke them in.
👤I had the same brake pads but they started to crack. It was time for a new one. I got the brake and these. I need to know how they hold. They are in a legit packaging.
👤I received the brake pads quickly and easily.
👤The product is in the original packaging. It was a perfect match for the original pads.
👤Not sure they are genuine. The image shown was the same as the one I bought when I bought my cube bike. They arrived in a bag. The originals I bought were packed on a card. The pads are the same as the originals, in my pic original they are on LHS. They are not the same. Are they originals or copies? They should be sent to the customer in a different form, but they should be pictured one way in the advert.
👤I don't think the item posted to me is genuine, I paid more for it. If this is the case, then it is not how it is described because they look good with the stamp on them. There is no way to know if there is a problem with the braking surface and the sort of people that do this sort of thing are unlikely to take care of the items. Too much trouble to return them, but not happy with this purchase, and have marked this seller as one to avoid. I think they'll work well.
👤They are not always in original packaging, but they are always correct, because some business is buying bulk packs and re packing them into singles and selling them to Amazon as original parts. Some people say that they have received original retail packaging because of the way Amazon purchases.
👤These came in a bag. I don't think they are genuine, they are fitted to my bike and they don't stop as well as the original ones did.
👤It fit on my brakes. It is easy to install if the calopers are dismounted first. It's important to keep oil and grease away from the discs and pads during installation and it's a good idea to rinse with alcohol and wipe dry with a clean cloth before testing on a ride.
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