Shimano Dura-Ace-Ultegra-105 (R55C4) Brake Pads - £5.49 ChainReaction
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Shimano Dura-Ace-Ultegra-105 (R55C4) Brake Pads - £5.49 ChainReaction

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Found 29th Sep 2017
A goto brake pad. Nice and reliable.

Always use Shimano brake shoes to ensure top brake performance and to maintain the safety of your Shimano brake system. Shimano brake pads provide the ideal hardness for high stopping power combined with great levels of control.

Suitable for Standard, Direct Mount Caliper Brakes and Cantilever Brakes. For use with aluminium rims.
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Always use Shimano brake shoes?

I got a couple of pairs of Clarks for a couple of quid less than shimano's on eBay a while ago, they do the job just as well. No difference really.

This is a good price though. Heat added.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 29th Sep 2017
Any idea if these will fit my bike?
honeymonster861 h, 8 m ago

Any idea if these will fit my bike?


What bike do you have? Look it up on the internet, it should tell you what brake pads you need.

These are rc55c4's.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 29th Sep 2017
honeymonster862 h, 6 m ago

Any idea if these will fit my bike?


Actually, it might be a good idea contacting CRC as you don't want to fit the wrong pads.

Contact form is near the bottom.

chainreactioncycles.com/mob…jsp
Edited by: "LemonHead" 29th Sep 2017
honeymonster8629th Sep

Any idea if these will fit my bike?


Nope - none at all (largely because I have no idea what your bike is)!
£5.48 on Wiggle.
Edited by: "SC84" 30th Sep 2017
LemonHead29th Sep

Always use Shimano brake shoes?I got a couple of pairs of Clarks for a …Always use Shimano brake shoes?I got a couple of pairs of Clarks for a couple of quid less than shimano's on eBay a while ago, they do the job just as well. No difference really.This is a good price though. Heat added.



Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long type and amazing difference in stopping poiwer and feel.
I'd rather use Discobrakes pads - about £4 per pair, or 4 pairs for £12. discobrakes.com/?s=…128
morrig3 h, 37 m ago

Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long …Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long type and amazing difference in stopping poiwer and feel.


Is it really that simple, can you really tell the difference between one brand or another? The durability of a break pad for example might depend on your weight, the terrain, and of course the weather, especially wet weather, and how often you brake.

Mind you, I wouldn't buy a value brand despite this. That would be a false economy, and too risky. The Clark pads I have however appear fine.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 1st Oct 2017
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