Shimano 26" MT15 wheel set plus quidco at Chain Reaction Cycles. £79.99 - HotUKDeals
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Shimano MT15 26" Front and Rear wheel set for use with disc brakes only.

RRP £149.99 now 79.99 with free shipping and the trader participates with Quidco.

Got this set delivered yesterday and they're pretty danmed good for the price.
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#1
Will these fit a Mark 2 Cortina?
banned 1 Like #2
Yes. You'd need a great deal of spit, blue tack, luck and some nails.
#3
Just waiting for the Halfords/Argos/Littlewoods Catalogue brigade now to turn round and say "you can get a full suspension mountain bike for that price" lol.
#4
You can get a full Mark 2 Cortina for that price!
#5
You might have to get new discs for these wheels, depending on what fitment you already have. Notice these are Centre Lock disc mount, rather than 6 bolt.
#6
For £79.99 I expect to get a whole bike! And you want me to spend even more money on discs!
Brrrrrr SO C O L D

ONLY JOKING!

Decent deal!

H A P P Y B A N K H O L S!!
#7
nice post ;)
banned 1 Like #8
Evz1974
You can get a full Mark 2 Cortina for that price!


You'd also be fitter since you'd spend most of your time pushing the damned thing! LOL
#9
I have been looking around to upgrade my brakes to disk brakes as my bike has IS mounts.

However, this will be the first time i am upgrading it and wonder what else i would need to buy to complete the upgrade?

Any recommendations to go with MT15 above?

Thanks... h&r
banned#10
I've not fitted them yet but I'll let you know. I don't really anticipate a problem.
banned#11
As read, they're centre lock not 6 bolt. I have centre lock to 6 bolt adapters so no issue for me. These can be bought from ebay for as little as a fiver or from Jenson USA (origin8) for 7.99.
#12
How do i know if centre lock or 6 bolt is good for my bike? If the wheels are centre lock, how will i know whether they will fir my bike or not?

Well, i am buying these and i just need to know what other parts i need to fit them in! I broke my ankle so i cant use the bike for another 2-3 months but i want to sort it in the mean time so its ready when i recover...
banned#13
Centre lock is how the brake fits the wheel so you'll need a compatible brake disc (cventre lock disc brake) and a compatible brake system. I'd recommend checking Bike radar for more thorough assistance.
banned#14
Finally fitted these wheels. They look superb and my bike is lighter. My last wheels were annhialated (overuse and poor maintenance) and it's nice to have a pair running true now. Very happy with my buy.

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