Shimano Type A M06 M07 Brake Pad

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Genuine replacement resin pads with low noise and excellent power modulation.

Compatible with the following calipers:
  • XTR BR-M975/966/965
  • Saint BR-M800
  • XT BR-M776/775/765
  • SLX BR-M665/601
  • Deore BR-M596/595/585/545/535
  • Road BR-R505
  • Alfine BR-S501/500
  • LX BR-T665/605

To confirm what model brake pad will suit your Shimano Brakes, Click here. Be sure to confirm your brake model number(eg. BR-M8000), found on the caliper.

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Steel
Sintered - Metallic
XTR
$‎31.95
Titanium
Resin - Organic
XTR
$‎28.00 $‎21.95
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Replacement part that arrived quickly at a competitive price.

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Replacement part that arrived quickly at a competitive price.

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ItemBarcode
Shimano Type A M06 M07 Brake Pad6748
Steel - Sintered - Metallic - XTR4524667073031
Titanium - Resin - Organic - XTR4524667124177

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