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Shimano Deore BR-M6000 Disc Brake

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Description

Handles everything you can throw at them at a great price!

It doesn't matter if you're riding smooth XC trails or techy descents, the Deore BR-6000 brake is a fantastic choice.  With a 2-piece aluminium caliper and lever assembly, the BR-6000 still manages to keep weight down.

Like the more expensive options, the BR-6000 utilises Shimano's 'Serve Wave' technology.  This multiplies the force applied the further you pull the lever.  This will give you an amazing amount of power and control at the tip of your fingers!

Features:

  • Split clamp, I-Spec II compatible. 
  • Pads included.
  • 2-piece aluminium calliper. 
  • Aluminium lever. 
  • Sold individually. 
  • Shimano 'Servo Wave' technology. 
  • 2-finger lever.
  • Compatible with ICE TECH rotors and pads. (Sold separately). 
  • Adjustable reach (requires tool)
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Rear - Left Lever
$119.95
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Awesome brake

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Good modulation, decent power. Level feels amazing. Easy to set up. The stock resin pads worked really well - I swapped in the G04S metal pads though, like the feel of them more. Overall great brake.

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Awesome brake

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Good modulation, decent power. Level feels amazing. Easy to set up. The stock resin pads worked really well - I swapped in the G04S metal pads though, like the feel of them more. Overall great brake.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Shimano Deore BR-M6000 Disc BrakeSHMDR6000DB
Black - Rear - Left Lever4524667413905

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