Shimano M70T4 Brake Shoes

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Shimano M70T4 brake shoes - Special pads for machined aluminium rims


The Shimano M70T4 brake shoes are 70 mm long and have brake pads that are specially designed for milled aluminium rims. Their above-average performance and durability in dry conditions and on the road is still functionally average in wet and muddy conditions. M70T4 brake shoes are compatible with XT, LX, Deore, Alivio and other V-brakes.

Specifications:


Brake Type: V-brake
Length: 70 mm
Cartridge Type: no

Characteristics:


Power Level: above average (4 out of 5)
Dry Power: above average (4 out of 5)
Wet Power: average (3 out of 5)
Silence: average (3 out of 5)
Anti-Fading: average (3 out of 5)
Durability (Street): above average (4 out of 5)
Durability (Mud): average (3 out of 5)
Rim Friendly: average (3 out of 5)

Models:


universal / universal
Brake Pad Compound: M70T4
Rim Brake Track: milled aluminium
Manufacturer Part Number: Y-8BM9803A
Compatibility: XT BR-M760, BR-M750, BR-M739, BR-M737 / LX BR-M600, BR-M580, BR-M570, BR-T660 / Deore BR-M530, BR-M510, BR-T610 / Alivio BR-M432, BR-M431, BR-M430, BR-M421, BR-M420, BR-MC18, BR-T4000, BR-T4010 / Acera BR-M422, BR-M330 / Nexave BR-T300 / DXR BR-MX70

Contents:


- 1 x pair Shimano M70T4 brake shoes, incl. brake pads (fixed)


Models:

in stock 2 to 7 days up to 10 days Out of stock inform me
  • universal/universal
    5.03€

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by Igor R.  on 05.04.2018
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it's ok

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by J. N.  on 21.11.2015
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I am using these for my MTB. In dry conditions the pads/shoes last long, no problem here.
In wet weather, when the rims become wet/muddy the shoes wear really, really fast. They are completely gone after three rides in the rain...
Good thing (I guess) would be that it is the brake-shoe wearing, and not the aluminum rim.

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