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  • luked2
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    …fit and forget a new set without having to clean and reset pistons.If they say they can do it with never having to do a little extra work then its lies.

    With the Shimano deore brakes it's very easy to replace pads and reset the pistons, both in the comfort of your garage and out in the wilds. Pair of pliers (also useful for removing thorns) and a multitool is all you need.

    Perhaps other makes are as well (but Avid hydraulics seem to be more of a nuisance in this respect, unless I've not got the technique right).

    Premier Icon njee20
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    Those new brakes from the far east…TPC or something,

    Ashima PCB (Pancake Brake)

    Look interesting, very light too considering the price.

    DickBarton
    Member

    Aye that is them…they looked nice on the bikes I saw them on but as I said, seemed to have too much lever pull for my personal liking…I don't like a lot of lever travel.

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