All disc brake pads that XLC produces are checked after EN- Standard. The organic brake pads are suitable for all weather and are a great balance between efficient and long lasting. Designed for the Hayes Ryde.
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I bought my gf a Cannondale Trail 6 last year and the Tektro mech brakes really stink on there, I cannot get the rear brake to stop squealing and it is turning her off.
I was looking at options to upgrade her and my top 2 priorities are:
I don't want anything so ... Read More »
I recently purchased a 1998 Schwinn Homegrown All Mountain XLT. I need help identifying the Hayes hydraulic disc brakes. Both brakes say Hayes but don't carry a model number. The rear has "3547" engraved on the inside edge.
I've been to Heritage Products | Hayes Disc Brake. These brakes don't app ... Read More »
I recently installed a set of Hayes Stroker Trail brakes with sintered pads on my bike and am using them with the Alligator wind-cutter rotors that were already in use, they had about 7 hours of use on them. I pulled the rotors cleaned them and lightly sanded them before installing the new brakes. T ... Read More »
Hey everyone, I just picked up my "new" bike 2004 Kona Coiler and when I checked it out the brakes werent gripping at all. I will double check but for right now i got off the internet that they are Hayes HFX-9 Hydraulic Disc brakes. The guy said that they just need to be bled so do yall think this i ... Read More »