EBC Brakes Disc Brake Pad

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Product Description

The EBC Avid Compatible Disc Brake Pad is available in different colors designed for specific riding conditions. Green: General cross-country andTrekking use Red: High friction "soft" compound for downhill racing only Gold: Sintered, highly durable pad for wet/muddy conditions (not for downhill)

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