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Clarks S2 Hydraulic Disc Brake £39.99 each delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Clarks S2 Hydraulic Disc Brake £39.99 each delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles

Clarks S2 Hydraulic Disc Brake £39.99 each delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles

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I felt these are worth a post, maybe only a tenner off RRP but for people like me with who want a decent brake(4.5/5 at bikeradar, and only £5.99 for new pads).But cant justify mucho mula.
For £44.99 you can have the next model up but a 2 month wait for stock, I fear many crashes between now and then as my cable actuated disk have come to an end.

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Don't forget the quidco too - should be 4%.

H+R added

that looks like a great value brake on paper, but i'd probably pay a bit more for an avid juicy3 to avoid having to buy another bleed kit (avid and formula use same kit, does clarks? i expect not?)
clarks pads i know are excellent.

Edited by: "Smiff" 22nd Aug 2010

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joetipper

Don't forget the quidco too - should be 4%.H+R added

Good thinking Batman or Catwoman (must keep things PC)

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Smiff

that looks like a great value brake on paper, but i'd probably pay a bit … that looks like a great value brake on paper, but i'd probably pay a bit more for an avid juicy3 to avoid having to buy another bleed kit (avid and formula use same kit, does clarks? i expect not?)clarks pads i know are excellent.

Looking at the bleed kit and on Clarks website, it amounts to nothing more than a syringe and a tube.... B and Q me thinks £3.00 tops, or just raid the fishtank

DIY bleed kits are the best option, as the cost of the genuine ones look horrendous!
I'd give these a try as the Juicy 3's are okay but easily clog up and need to be stripped down...my old set were like a part time job doing a lot of winter riding.
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