Hope Tech "Mono Mini" Mountain bike MTB Hydraulic Disc Brake Pads only 99p delivered @ Tredz
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Hope Tech "Mono Mini" Mountain bike MTB Hydraulic Disc Brake Pads only 99p delivered @ Tredz

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Found 6th Sep 2017Edited by:"whatyadoinsucka"
if you dont know what hope mono mini is, then this deal isnt for you, a good time to top up for your old hope brake set

Product descriptionSoft race pad for ultimate power. Organic semi metal pad to fit Hope Mono Mini disc brakes
  • All weather formula
  • Kevlar reinforcement
  • Advanced high strength steel
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I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest way to do this?
SamBalmforth2 h, 25 m ago

I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest …I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest way to do this?


Have you got mechanical wired brakes/calipers and rotor discs on the wheels of you current bike if so you can pickup acera shimano brakes from £16 per end, chainreactioncycles.com/mob…3UKmans and fasten them up
better quality deore can be had for £35, the Hope minis which these pads would fit can be had for £60 second hand
SamBalmforth3 h, 40 m ago

I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest …I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest way to do this?


Hope brakes will be so far from the cheapest way of your converting. Aim for some Shimano Deore or SL
Noooooo!!!!!!!!!!! I bought some of this brand from Tredz for my Hope Stroker Ryde brakes. After my pushing, shoving and stress about why they weren't going in, I took them out and looked.Both pads were the right shape, but one was 1-2mm longer than the other (and the originals). Very poor quality. Also, the other packet I bought the pads were too thick. Couldn't open them wide enough for the rotor to fit.

Sorry OP, they do look like a good deal. I fell for it.
Edited by: "Wheresmylaptop" 6th Sep 2017
Wheresmylaptop8 h, 1 m ago

Noooooo!!!!!!!!!!! I bought some of this brand from Tredz for my Hope …Noooooo!!!!!!!!!!! I bought some of this brand from Tredz for my Hope Stroker Ryde brakes. After my pushing, shoving and stress about why they weren't going in, I took them out and looked.Both pads were the right shape, but one was 1-2mm longer than the other (and the originals). Very poor quality. Also, the other packet I bought the pads were too thick. Couldn't open them wide enough for the rotor to fit.Sorry OP, they do look like a good deal. I fell for it.


Poor deal then on certain fitting, I bought a trial pack and then a job lot of the ones advertised as XTR2011
they actually fit the slx m675 / deore m615 and the newer m8000/m7000 xt and slx brakes.
but they are now long since sold out
seem ok
whatyadoinsucka1 h, 57 m ago

Poor deal then on certain fitting, I bought a trial pack and then a job …Poor deal then on certain fitting, I bought a trial pack and then a job lot of the ones advertised as XTR2011 they actually fit the slx m675 / deore m615 and the newer m8000/m7000 xt and slx brakes.but they are now long since sold out seem ok


I guess I must just have been unlucky. Sorry about the rant, but I had just serviced fork, replaced entire drivetrain and put on new tyres. Last step was new brake pads for the full on 'new bike' feel. I was not happy.
Wheresmylaptop5 h, 12 m ago

I guess I must just have been unlucky. Sorry about the rant, but I had …I guess I must just have been unlucky. Sorry about the rant, but I had just serviced fork, replaced entire drivetrain and put on new tyres. Last step was new brake pads for the full on 'new bike' feel. I was not happy.


haha i bet, i managed to buy a load of shimano pads on a 3for2 on halfords when they had £10 off £30 spend, so i've not started using on my newer XT brakes, so I'm hoping they are decent.
SamBalmforth21 h, 26 m ago

I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest …I'm looking at swapping to hydrolic brakes, can you recommend the cheapest way to do this?


I prefer mechanical disc brakes myself for their sheer reliability and ease of adjustment and maintenance but understand the modulation and ease of braking is better with hydraulic brakes. Some people have actually gone from hydraulic to mechanical though so make sure its the right choice for you. If you find your hand fatigued after riding and you want sharper braking than your current brakes then hydraulic is the choice. You don't say if you have V brakes or mechanical brakes currently but assume you have mechanical. If you have V brakes then your frame, forks and wheels will need to be disc compatible so it can be a big upgrade. I'm just upgrading an old Saracen Xile jump bike to disc brakes from V brakes but the bike was designed from the outset to be disc upgradable so I just need the brake mechanisms and discs. However sadly most bikes with V brakes aren't so easily upgradable.
Note to OP there is an error in the top section it actually has £99 instead of 99p. Also isn't there a minimum order value at Tredz?
bonzobanana5 h, 7 m ago

Note to OP there is an error in the top section it actually has £99 …Note to OP there is an error in the top section it actually has £99 instead of 99p. Also isn't there a minimum order value at Tredz?


Thanks amended
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