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Old 10-01-12, 04:33 PM
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Which brake pad replacement fits here? (picture)

I have a giant ocr road bike. There is no name on the calipers. I need to replace the pads, not sure which fits. Any one know? Shimano, sram, neither? Thanks.



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Old 10-01-12, 04:40 PM
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Shimano-type road pads.
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You need a road slide in insert. There are two common dovetail; Shimano, and all the Shimano analogs, and Campagnolo which (to my knowledge) is unique and not used by others. Kool Stop and many others make these inserts, so visit the maker of your choice, and pick one.
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so either of these would most likely work?
http://www.aawyeah.com/kool-stop-ks-duradl-brake-pads-for-shimano-dura-ace-caliper-brakes/


http://www.aawyeah.com/shimano-br-79...c3-brake-pads/
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Yes, those will work
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Yep, those are what you want. I'd recommend the koolstop ones.
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