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Shimano
M05 Resin Disc Pads

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The Shimano M05 Resin Disc Pad serves as a replacement for Shimano's BR-C601, BR-M515, and BR-M515LA brakes, as well as systems like TRP's Spyre and Hy/Rd. With excellent power modulation and reduced brake noise, these are right at home on any rig.

The Shimano M05 Resin Disc Pad comes as a pair of pads with spring, enough for one brake.

 

Brake Type: Disc 

 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

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Fine braking, but noisy.
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by pGolay
Daily Commuter
Seattle, Wa
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I replaced the pads that came with my TRP Spyre brakes with these - no complaints about the braking but they howl in the wet and squeak in the dry - unlike the original pads.

Reviewed 3/20/2017
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by CH
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these to replace my stock TRP Spyre pads.

I was hoping for quieter and better stopping power, but I haven't noticed any difference.

Bummer.

Reviewed 2/16/2016
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