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Shimano L03A Resin Disc Brake Pads
Shimano L03A Resin Disc Brake Pads

Shimano
L03A Resin Disc Brake Pads

Mfg PartNum:Y8PU98040
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Shimano's new L03A Resin pads replace the long stand L02A Resin pad. Now 40% more durable for longer pad life while still retaining the quite and powerful breaking of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes.

Resin Pad - Pair

Brake Type: Disc 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

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Less noisy than metal
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by DE
Cycling Enthusiast
Arlington, VA
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Use these on the road bike I ride in the rain. Bought them to replace metal pads that squealed like crazy. These are quieter, but they still squeal. I don't know that it's the pad's fault though, I think maybe the rotor Shimano uses for their Ultegra set just might be noisy in the rain. In any case, it is an improvement.

Reviewed 12/5/2018
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Great road pads
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by CDLvelo
Daily Commuter
Surrey, BC
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Resin or metal for road? Resin is the answer - quiet, smooth, easy to modulate. Shimano quality. Mine last about 4-5,000 km on a pretty tough commute cycle. Great in hot or cold, sun or rain.

Reviewed 2/2/2018
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Work great. Give great, hard braking
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by billvau
Competitive Racer
Northern Ca.
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

After checking all the competing pads available, I found most reviews pointed to sticking with Shimano's OEM pads. The original set lasted long and didn't have any negative impact on the rotors. So...I'll keep buying these.

Reviewed 4/29/2019
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My go to brake pads
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by Anonymous
Seattle
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I use these on 4 different bikes for road, commuting and cyclocross. They are quiet and provide good consistent power.

Reviewed 10/29/2018
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OEM Replacements for my road bike
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by Six-O
Cycling Enthusiast
SE Texas
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I am still on my original pair of these disc pads. They are very, very easy to remove, inspect, clean andor sand if necessary - perhaps a bit easier to service than rim brake pads due to access. But that is open to debate. Cooling fins are not necessary for flatland use. I cannot comment on effectiveness for long hill or mountain descents.

Reviewed 10/15/2018
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Excellent stopping power and modulation
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These pads provide excellent stopping power and modulation. Excellent control.

Reviewed 9/24/2018
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Quiet, quick wear
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa cruz area
Review for Shimano L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Quieter than metal but wear much faster. As long as you can do your own maintenance the cost to wear differential is worth a quite ride.

Reviewed 8/3/2018
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