Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano

Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano

Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano

Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I purchased the Dymoece pads for Shimano Deore XT in Resin. They are installed on my son's bike which has a pair of Shimano BR-M765 Deore XT brakes on it. The existing pads weren't gripping very well and it was becoming a safety issue on single-track descents. The new ones are working great. Note that we typically ride in drier conditions, he doesn't weigh that much, and we don't do a lot of extended descents (we climb for everything). These are a great match for his riding style.Replacement notes: We replaced the pads one brake at a time (a good safety rule - that way if there are issues with the new pads or your replacement procedure, you at least have one brake that is known to be working). During replacement we removed the rotors as well and sanded them with 60 grit (3M Pro Grade - the good stuff with Cubitron) and a sanding block to remove any existing pad material and get the rotors nicely scuffed up, then wiped them down well with denatured alcohol. Finally, for rotor reinstallation we used blue LocTite and a torque wrench. The results have been fantastic, so I'm ordering 4 more pairs so that I don't have to worry about which ones to get in the future! These brakes are getting old, so the local bike shop didn't have pads in stock. for new pads is a much better deal than spending $$$ to replace the brakes!genuine free shipping,max 42% off,seattle mallDymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano
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  • Organic resin and kevlar fiber(Non-Asbestos) compound brake pads for maximum initial bite.
  • Short break-in period,Stable,Durable,Low disk wear and comfortable braking feel.
  • Disc brake pads for shimano disc brake provide excellent modulation and smooth braking.
  • Perfect replacement for shimano XT XTR LX SLX Hone Alfine Saint brake pads make less noise than sintered metal pads and offer better modulation.
  • Compatible with Shimano XTR M965 M966 M975, Saint M800, Deore XT M765 M775 M776, SLX M665, Deore LX M585 T665, Hone M601, Deore M535 M595 M596, Alfine S500 S501, Non-Series M545 R505 T605
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Replacement Brake Pads Compatible with Below Disc Brakes
For Shimano XTR BR-M965 BR-M966 BR-M975
Shimano Saint M800
Shimano Deore XT BR-M765 BR-M775 BR-M776
Shimano Deore LX BR-M585 BR-T665
Shimano SLX BR-M665
Shimano Deore BR-M535 BR-M595 BR-M596
Non-Series BR-M545 BR-R505 BR-T605
Alfine S500 S501 A500 S505
Shimano A01S M07 M07Ti M07S Ashima APV PCB TRP Dash
Hone M601

When do you replace your brake pads?
Dymoece recommends not letting the pad's braking material wear thinner than 0.9 mm, but it certainly doesn't hurt to replace them sooner than that. My personal rule is to not let the pads get any thinner than the thickness than a dime. You'll also know that they have worn much too thin once the pad spring starts making contact with the rotor. If that is happening you know that you should have replaced the brake pads awhile back!

How to choose bicycle disc brake pads?
In my opinion you should run metallic pads if:
-You are heavy
-You ride downhill
-The conditions are wet, muddy, etc.

and run resin pads or semi metallic pads if:
-you are light
-Conditions are dry
-You like lots of initial grab
-Your riding is less hard on brakes i.e. dirt jump/street, XC, etc.

Although I have now recommended pads for you to use, you have to make your own choices on pads according to your riding, the above list should be considered to be a guideline, and not used as a strict rule.

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Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano

Dymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I purchased the Dymoece pads for Shimano Deore XT in Resin. They are installed on my son's bike which has a pair of Shimano BR-M765 Deore XT brakes on it. The existing pads weren't gripping very well and it was becoming a safety issue on single-track descents. The new ones are working great. Note that we typically ride in drier conditions, he doesn't weigh that much, and we don't do a lot of extended descents (we climb for everything). These are a great match for his riding style.Replacement notes: We replaced the pads one brake at a time (a good safety rule - that way if there are issues with the new pads or your replacement procedure, you at least have one brake that is known to be working). During replacement we removed the rotors as well and sanded them with 60 grit (3M Pro Grade - the good stuff with Cubitron) and a sanding block to remove any existing pad material and get the rotors nicely scuffed up, then wiped them down well with denatured alcohol. Finally, for rotor reinstallation we used blue LocTite and a torque wrench. The results have been fantastic, so I'm ordering 4 more pairs so that I don't have to worry about which ones to get in the future! These brakes are getting old, so the local bike shop didn't have pads in stock. for new pads is a much better deal than spending $$$ to replace the brakes!genuine free shipping,max 42% off,seattle mallDymoece 2 Pairs Bicycle Disc Brake Pads Compatible with Shimano