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Tektro
Linear Pull Brake Shoe

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Replacement brake shoe for linear pull (v-type) brakes. Threaded posts and washer assemblies for customizable set-up. Sold in pairs, order two for a complete bike's worth.

 

Weight: 25 grams

 

Weight: 25 grams

 

Brake Pad Type: Cantilever/V-Brake 

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Great Brakes at high speed!
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by druben1
Houston, Tx.

Great stopping power!

Reviewed 3/8/2012
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No squeel
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by Anonymous
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I press the break and the bike stops.

Magic

Reviewed 11/15/2012
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Quick replacement, now quick stop
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Sunny FLA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Tektro Linear Pull Brake Shoe

Used to replace Eagle claw pads, value as they were cheaper than the slide in replacement pads alone. Used on Rans Rocket, Its a relatively heavy bike compared to carbon road bikes and these pads stop it quickly. Just Great!

Reviewed 10/15/2012
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commuter loves them
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by vonniepedals
Cycling Enthusiast
amarillo tx
4 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

i have ridden on these brake pads over a year and i never drive a car so thats thousands of miles. they are only now thinning down i did a 24 hour race a friend noticed and they are squeeking a bit to confirm his analysis, but they are a good solid break padshoe

Reviewed 6/25/2009
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