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Shimano

Shimano Ice-Tech J03A Resin Disc Brake Pads with Cooling Fins black (2021)

ID: 1105736
£17.99
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Product Description

The Shimano J03A brake pad Ice-Tech Resin is a high-class disc brake pad with a predictable braking force for a smooth and silent braking process. It is compatible with Shimano XTR, XT, SLX and Alfine disc brakes and has 40% better wear resistance than previous models.

Specifications
Type
Disc brake pads  
Manufacturer compatibility
Shimano  
Brake Lining Material
Resin (organic)  
Weather conditions
Dry and wet  
Type
With cooling lamella, type J  
Material
Aluminium carrier plate  
Characteristics
Low noise and long shelf life, emphasis on good dosability  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2021
Product number
1105736
Customer Ratings
4.8
13 Customer Ratings
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04.06.2021
Hans
Brake pads
Bremsbeläge
Translated from German To the original

Easy assembly, good quality

Einfache Montage, gute Qualität

31.12.2020
Schmid
Brake pads
Bremsbelege
Translated from German To the original

Xt brakes

Xt Bremsen

31.10.2020
Nuel
Great braking power
Super Bremskraft
Translated from German To the original

Brakes super well. And never had a squeak. Wear relatively high for it

Bremst super gut. Und noch nie ein quitschen gehabt. Verschleiss dafür relativ hoch


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