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SwissStop Disc 15 C - Shimano Deore BR-M575, BR-M525, BR-M515
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Pair of SwissStop disk brake pads and spring
Designed to replace the Shimano B01S / B03S labelled pads
Swissstop organic disc pads offer excellent performance in wet and dry conditions and are extremely durable.
An optimum compound containing a variety of materials produces outstanding braking performance with minimum effort at the brake lever. Swissstop disc pads offer excellent performance in wet and dry conditions and are extremely durable.
Complete with SwissStop sticker :-)
These pads fit the following brake calipers:
High performance Kevlar, ceramic, brass and resin composite material.
This provides excellent brake power with minimal effort at the brake lever.
Performance is consistent in both wet and dry conditions and pad life is excellent.
High quality spring included
Characteristics (out of 10 - 10 is best 1 is worst)
Note: These pads should be "conditioned" after installation and before riding - instructions are in the pack
Step 1. On a gradual downhill slope, drag each brake for 20-30 seconds, alternating between front and rear. Repeat 2-3 times.
Step 2. On a steeper slope, engage and drag the brakes for 10-15 seconds then increase lever pressure until the bike slows almost to a complete stop. Repeat 2-3 times.
Pro Tip: The front pads will have been heated more than the rear. To achieve optimal performance, exchange the front and rear pads then repeat Step 2.
CAUTION before replacing or exchanging brake pads it is essential to let all parts cool.
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