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Campagnolo Record Replacement Brake Pads
Replacement Brake Pads - just slip them in

Campagnolo
Record Replacement Brake Pads

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Record level replacement pads for Campagnolo brakes. These fit holders from 2000-present and come stock on all Record brakes. 4 pads (one complete bike) per set.

Note: These pads are now fully compatible with 2011 Campagnolo holders.

 

Weight: 80 grams

 

Weight: 80 grams

 

Brake Pad Type: Caliper - Campagnolo 

 

Brake Type: Road Caliper 

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Work perfectly and not too hard to replace
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by Anonymous

Replace worn out pads before you regret it. Check out the video on Campy's website if you need instructions for installing the pads.

Reviewed 7/11/2013
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easy to install but too expensive compared to generic brand alternatives
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by Anonymous
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Austin, Texas

Easy to install but too expensive. next time I will go with a generic alternative.

Reviewed 12/14/2012
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