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Shimano
Deore T610 V-brake

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Shimano’s Deore T610 V-brake promotes responsive and powerful braking thanks to the leverage ratio of the vertical 107mm cantilever arms with direct cable action.

 

Brake Pad Type: Cantilever/V-Brake 

 

Brake Type: Cantilever/V-Brake 

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by Robet
chicago

I wanted to upgrade an old set of brakes and these are magnificent!!

So much better braking!!

Reviewed 9/14/2018
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by steveluten
Daily Commuter
Ellensburg WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

If you are using V brakes today you are either servicing an older bike or a very inexpensive bike-disc brakes are clearly the standard and for good reason. I put these brakes on my 2006 Specialized TriCross commuter replacing the original cantilevers that just weren't stopping me like I wanted. In short these brakes work great, almost as good as discs...not quite but still very good stopping power at a fraction of the cost of my alternatives.

Reviewed 6/8/2018
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