SKU
226174201
Abstract Product Id
18435
Concrete Product Id
48926

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Trickstuff 250 ST disc pads for Shimano XTR from 2011, XT/SLX/Alfine from 2012

Product code: 226174201

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The Trickstuff 250 ST disc pads provide many Shimano disc brakes with the right grip (e.g. BR-M615, BR-M666, BR-M675, BR-M785, BR-M985, BR-M987, BR-M8... more details

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The Trickstuff 250 ST disc pads provide many Shimano disc brakes with the right grip (e.g. BR-M615, BR-M666, BR-M675, BR-M785, BR-M985, BR-M987, BR-M8000, BR-M9000, BR-M9020, BR-S785, BR-RS785, BR-317 and BR-517). The standard pads stand out for high braking power and power modulation, low noise development as well as very low wear.

Details:
• Organic disc pads for cross-country, downhill, freeride or marathon
• Suitable for Shimano disc brake models: BR-M615, BR-M666, BR-M675, BR-M785, BR-M985, BR-M987, BR-M8000, BR-M9000, BR-M9020, BR-S785, BR-RS785, BR-317, BR-517
• Standard (ST) disc pads with high braking power, good power modulation, low noise development and low wear
• Low heat development when braking protects seals in the brake caliper from overheating

Including: 2 pieces Trickstuff 250 ST disc pads incl. splay spring

Manufacturer’s ref.: BB250ST

Features
Organic:
Yes
Sintered:
No
Manufacturer`s ref.:
BB250ST
GTIN:
4251189802268
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250 ST disc pads for Shimano XTR from 2011, XT/SLX/Alfine from 2012

Colour: 
standard
Size:
Standard

Habe mein MTB damit ausgestattet und nach Anleitung eingefahren. Am hinteren Rad alles normal. Vorne fing das Laufrad nach ca. 30 km (bis dahin war nichts) Berg- und Talfahrten im Gelände beim Bremsen an zu ruckeln, vibrieren und machte stotterne Bremsgeräusche. Ich hab dann die alten Shimano, die noch 1 mm Belag hatten, wieder eingelegt und sofort war alles wieder gut. An den Trickstuffbelägen war nichts zu erkennen, was das ungewöhnliche Bremsverhalten verursacht haben könnte. Montagefehler ist ausgeschlossen; an den Belägen ist augenscheinlich nichts Außergewöhnliches zu erkennen.