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Shimano
Ultegra BR-6403 Brake Shoe Set

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Simple and effective, the BR-6403 Brakes Shoes make a great replacement for any Shimano-style road caliper. Non-replaceable pads. Sold in pairs.

 

Brake Type: Road Caliper 

 

Brake Pad Type: Caliper - Shimano/SRAM 

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by Anonymous
minnesota
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

While they are not exact replacents for ultegra calipers they are a good set to carry with you incase of a mishap or if someone is in trouble along the road. Good stopping power.

Reviewed 4/11/2017
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Not very good on a commuter bike...
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by GEA commuter
Competitive Racer
Lake Oswego
4 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Lasted 300 miles in Oregons fall weather.

I used the pads on my single speed commuter... The fall weather in Oregon is not the greatest conditions for any brake pad... I ride pretty hard and of course brake hard too. I expected to get a little more wear out of these value pads, but they did a good job slowingstopping the bike. Might be better in summerdry conditions

Reviewed 12/29/2012
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