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Avid Juicy 5 Disc Brake Set - White £139.95 @ Merlin Cycles
Avid Juicy 5 Disc Brake Set - White £139.95 @ Merlin Cycles

Avid Juicy 5 Disc Brake Set - White £139.95 @ Merlin Cycles

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Another good deal from Merlin, i am signed up to the monthly mailer and get loads of deals from them, by far the best MTB/Cycling online shop for deals....Usual price for this gear is £200-240...

They are also offering Juicy 3 for £99.95....This kit is usually found on £1000 + MTB Models...

"Complete front and rear set of Avid Juicy disc brakes in white, complete with 185/160mm rotors

Special offer on a front and rear set of Juicy 5 brakes, 2009 model."

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Hi
Thanks for posting. It is good practice to also add the merchant and price to the title. It helps people who are just browsing through. And in my experience your post will get a few more “hot” votes.
Emmajk42 / Juliet_Bravo wrote a couple of very comprehensive and excellent guides for newcomers to HUKD here: - hotukdeals.com/ite…ne/
hotukdeals.com/ite…177
They are well worth taking a look at.
Kind regards Andy

worth repeating: merlin deals are so good partly because they sell OEM stock (bought from mnfr for fitting to shop bikes) straight to customers (good if you expect it, can be a disaster if you don't - missing parts, warranty problems etc).

they have some Juicy3 singles for £47
Elixir R set has gone up to £160, i'd recommend that over any Juicy (especially if you can wait till its on offer for £140 again).
or consider Elixir CR set for £200.

Is this a 'DSO'?

Ie disk shaped object :P

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DSO???

Is that supposed to be funny?:thinking: Please enlighten me....

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i'm using the standard disc breaks which came on my Scott bike, there made shimano...and the front break is really squeeky, and no where near as responsive as the back break

I've sanded the pads and also cleaned the disc any ideas/??? new pads??

also if i was to purchase an entire new set of breaks, would I get better performance going down hill. On the recent trails i've been on going down hill the breaks tend to become more squeeky the harder tehre used, on more expensive aftermarket add on such as these, would I be get the same perforamance

any help would be greak.

"paulclarke235" i'm using the standard disc breaks which came on my Scott bike, there made shimano...and the front break is really squeeky, and no where near as responsive as the back break

I've sanded the pads and also cleaned the disc any ideas/??? new pads??

It could be that you have over heated the pads etc and may need to purchase some new perfomance pads ie mintex, pagid or other manufacturer etc have a search on tinternet then use some perfomance brake fluid (ie high temperature) i assume you have hydraulic brakes that is! hope it helps also you could get a larger diameter front disc depends what size you can fit on but try pads and fluid 1st.

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thanks for the advice dude

i'm relatively new ot mountain biking and its all a big learning curve
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