Superstar Components Rim Brake Pads Brake Pad

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Product Description

Shimano and Campganolo compatible cartrige pads, for high performance replacement as a sensible price.

Standard black rubber all condition formula or special pads to use on carbon rims without damage

Shimano Dura ace 7800 7700, Ultegra 6500, 105 5500

Campagnolo Record Chorus and Centaur


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