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Shimano M675 (left hand Brake & Caliper) for Mountain bike / dirt bike etc. £19.99 @ Wiggle CRC [or Altus £9.99]
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Shimano M675 (left hand Brake & Caliper) for Mountain bike / dirt bike etc. £19.99 @ Wiggle CRC [or Altus £9.99]

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Posted 18th Dec 2019Edited by:"whatyadoinsucka"

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ideal for an upgrade for a disc braking jump bike or kids BMX / mountain bike,
i paid £120 for a pair about 5 years ago.. quality brakes

*** NOTE: This is the left hand lever only, with a shorter 800mm cable so is intended for a front brake, as the hose/cable isn't long enough to reach the rear brake on an adult mtb ***

The replacement lever alone is £49.99 so a right bargain, note these are the older generation SLX brakes rather than the newer M7000 SLX brakes that sell for £60-75 an end
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Ready for fast and rowdy off-road runs, this stunning disc brake offers awesome stopping modulation and control.


Perfect for fearless mountain adventures, this sleek version features a solid aluminium construction which makes it excellent at withstanding any knocks and jolts. Designed with added cooling fins, its IceTech pads deliver efficient heat management, so you can enjoy awesome braking performance with less overheating and fading.

Adjustable MTB Disc BrakeHelping you keep your momentum flowing, this reliable component is equipped with an adjustable reach. This means you can easily fine-tune the distance between its lever and your handlebar to suit your specific hand size, riding style and the terrain conditions. Allowing you the versatility to set it up exactly how you want, this model is perfect for riders who want a more customisable disc brake when dominating across the mountain.

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wiggle.co.uk/shi…ke/ or cheaper version ALTUS £9.99 + Postage


Good deal for old slx. Shame no rears
kyegoon22118/12/2019 16:27

Good deal for old slx. Shame no rears


Yeah just looking at hose cables crc sell hope hose black 2 metres for £4, reviews say it fits shimano brakes, so if you are competent to rebleed and refit olives and barbs
then it’s doable
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 18th Dec 2019
Left hand front brake? That's backwards!
Rhythmeister18/12/2019 17:21

Left hand front brake? That's backwards!


It’s how Europeans and Americans ride I think only UK
I bought some sram guides the other year as my lever broke 5 days before ardrock it arrived 3 days later I opened it was the wrong lever and had a meltdown, rang them up,
The girl on the phone they are ambidextrous turn it over
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 18th Dec 2019
Ireland and the UK are in Europe and ours are right hand fronts sure, I guess Wiggle got a good deal on a big box of these 😁
whatyadoinsucka18/12/2019 16:30

Yeah just looking at hose cables crc sell hope hose black 2 metres for £4, …Yeah just looking at hose cables crc sell hope hose black 2 metres for £4, reviews say it fits shimano brakes, so if you are competent to rebleed and refit olives and barbsthen it’s doable



not on these, Shimano levers are not ambidextrous like SRAM.
chrisross2218/12/2019 18:19

not on these, Shimano levers are not ambidextrous like SRAM.


Yeah you can in theory use it as a rear brake with a longer hose and olives/barb and a rebleed wouldn’t cost too much
That’s my plan
whatyadoinsucka18/12/2019 18:21

Yeah you can in theory use it as a rear brake with a longer hose and …Yeah you can in theory use it as a rear brake with a longer hose and olives/barb and a rebleed wouldn’t cost too much That’s my plan



yep, just can’t make a pair from what’s available.
So if you were going to only have one brake on say a cyclepath road mild off-road,which would be better front or back?
tranceazure18/12/2019 21:13

So if you were going to only have one brake on say a cyclepath road mild …So if you were going to only have one brake on say a cyclepath road mild off-road,which would be better front or back?


Front. When you need to stop, all your weight is going forward...a back brake just won't get you stopped.

Obvs you really want both brakes (and I think it's actually a legal requirement)
yadiyada19/12/2019 02:18

Front. When you need to stop, all your weight is going forward...a back …Front. When you need to stop, all your weight is going forward...a back brake just won't get you stopped.Obvs you really want both brakes (and I think it's actually a legal requirement)


Yep to ride on the road it’s a legal requirement, hence the case with the fixie bikes,
on a 4x/dirt jump bike it’s usually rear or both
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Dec 2019
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