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Stop using your old worn pads and put some new Shimano Disc Brake Pads on your bike.

Anyone who rides a lot knows how quickly you can wear through a set of brake pads. Make sure you have a spare set of Shimano Disc Brake Pads ready to go when you get to the trailhead. These pads switch out in seconds to give you the solid braking performance you expect from Shimano disc brakes.

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will it work for slx brakes?

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will it work for slx brakes?

Will these work with the saint 4 pistons...

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Will these work with the saint 4 pistons?

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NO
These will only work with the XTR and XT 2 Piston
You need the Saint Pads

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Not a place to compromise

The M06Ti's are lightweight but they do not compromise on performance and durability.

If you have Shimano XTR disc brakes, use these brake pads. If you don't have Shimano XTR disc brakes, get some. Well worth the cost!

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One set (two pads) of...

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Please clarify:

One set (two pads) of METAL compound pads = $61.80???

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Correction:One set for $49.95? Still not a good deal.Yikes! It's because they have titanium backing plates. If you check out the drop-down menu you can also purchase the ones with resin pads and steel backing for $20.

Hi, have a fairly new set of pads for...

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Hi, have a fairly new set of pads for Shimano M-765 XT brakes with about 10 rides on them, but they still howl! Its great that everyone knows I'm coming down the trail at speed, but I'm going deaf! help!-Jennifer

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Have you tried cleaning your rotors? (easily done before each ride with an alcohol prep pad)Are they metal or resin pads, metal ones last longer but they are Loud. Dampen the backplate and the noise will be reduced. here is one account of treating pads to dampen http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-117186.html