Shimano SLX M7000 hydraulic brake set £102.58 @ Ribble Cycles
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Shimano SLX M7000 hydraulic brake set £102.58 @ Ribble Cycles

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Found 2nd Jan
I was looking for a set of brake pads for my M7000 brakes and came across this on Ribble which is an extremely good price.

Front - £52.59
Rear - £49.99

Can be bought individually, both together come to £102.58
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Great price for these excellent brakes, thanks (but still wish my son had taken up golf instead of downhill riding !)
helencw7 h, 57 m ago

Great price for these excellent brakes, thanks (but still wish my son had …Great price for these excellent brakes, thanks (but still wish my son had taken up golf instead of downhill riding !)


Golf is dull although cheaper
How much power do these have?

Got some formula brakes came on my 29er 4 years ago and they haven't got enough power to lock up front wheel.
richardfield584 m ago

How much power do these have? Got some formula brakes came on my 29er 4 …How much power do these have? Got some formula brakes came on my 29er 4 years ago and they haven't got enough power to lock up front wheel.


Any hydro (setup correctly) should lock the front. Shimano make very good and reliable brakes, the Deore ones are excellent, these are a step up, and I can also vouch for the XT ones. So these will be all you would ever need.
mattrixdesign228 m ago

Any hydro (setup correctly) should lock the front. Shimano make very good …Any hydro (setup correctly) should lock the front. Shimano make very good and reliable brakes, the Deore ones are excellent, these are a step up, and I can also vouch for the XT ones. So these will be all you would ever need.




The formula rx that came on my commencal 29er don't have enough power for the bike.
dj_lloyde1 h, 47 m ago

I doubt it.....


Ditto. A round of golf can cost more than this set of brakes
This is a really good deal , have some heat !!!
davidorridge1 h, 17 m ago

Ditto. A round of golf can cost more than this set of brakes


You’ve both clearly not heard new road bikers saying ‘and I thought golf was expensive’
wih their new love of cycling 5kg carbon frame with all the bits, holidays to cycle, New castelli and rapha jackets , all the one up manship that comes with it
richardfield581 h, 42 m ago

The formula rx that came on my commencal 29er don't have enough power for …The formula rx that came on my commencal 29er don't have enough power for the bike.


I got Formula RXs on my Lapierre and they weren't very powerful, felt flimsy and had way to much travel from lever to bar. I upgraded to M8000 XT which are very similar to M7000 SLX and about the same power just with more adjustability and they're more than powerful enough. I've had them for a while now and they've not missed a beat and they're far better than the Formulas.
Yep the Xt m8000 are certainly great, they do look better than these slx but performanace will be similar , the XT M8020 with 4 piston calipers will be out soon ..
i nearly bought these slx but in the end paid an extra £25 for the Xt, main reason I have another pair of Xt and with a 2 year warranty if my original pair fail after 2 years I’ll use the new warranty

ive joined the hope tech 3 e4 hype for my latest bike build , cannot wait to try them
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 4th Jan
My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but have read they are not amazing. Would these be worth getting to replace the Guide R brakes and then sell them on ebay?
Great stoping power, had them on a jump bike, it was more then enough and then on trials bike for a while not the way to go duh, cost me about £140 at the time and then I laid my eyes on magura mt5 for like £160 and all I can say that i should have got magura from the get go... No way to compare them two, magura takes it all

For this price shimano is a good choise for a decent MTB
Very good brakes, can't go wrong for this price.
Mark_A4th Jan

My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but …My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but have read they are not amazing. Would these be worth getting to replace the Guide R brakes and then sell them on ebay?



What brakes have you used in the past? The difficulty with a lot of bike parts is that it comes down to rider preference, some people don't like the quick grabby nature of the Shimanos and the new Guide brakes seem to have quite a few fans after Sram's rocky reputation with the Avids and DB's.

I have the inferior Sram DB5's that came with a bike and they're not great but on the other hand they work fine and it's a lot of hassle to replace them. I've got a set of SLX's ready to go on it and should really do it while that bike is on its winter break.
nice find
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