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MrComputerSaint
post Nov 29 2011, 08:32 PM
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On my specialized XC comp 09 model I think it is due for a pad change as I've bent the clip that holds the pads in there and it won't bend back.

I might try bending the clip back but I'll need to take out the pads out.

Just wondering on the pads, if I do need to buy new ones would it be a good idea to get Sintered pads or Organic?

This is what I'm looking at:
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/avid-juicybb7-pair...isc-brake-pads/


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glynn six 0
post Nov 29 2011, 08:57 PM
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QUOTE(MrComputerSaint @ Nov 29 2011, 08:32 PM) *
On my specialized XC comp 09 model I think it is due for a pad change as I've bent the clip that holds the pads in there and it won't bend back.

I might try bending the clip back but I'll need to take out the pads out.

Just wondering on the pads, if I do need to buy new ones would it be a good idea to get Sintered pads or Organic?

This is what I'm looking at:
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/avid-juicybb7-pair...isc-brake-pads/

ive got juicy 3s and always go for sintered.the springs can be a bit fiddley and sometimes very frustrating if they arnt EXACTLEY the right shape to fit back in.when you buy new pads keep the old springs as long as you can so you have new ones as back up for when the existing ones wont behave.
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