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Old 05-07-06, 05:22 AM   #1
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Tektro hydraulic brakes

The man at my L.B.S told me that tektro changes the design of their hydraulic callipers every year or so, and that it will be difficult to find new pads to replace worn out ones. is this true? anyone had problems with this or was he giving me the wrong information?
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Maybe he's right, Even here at our LBC is difficult to find pads of this type. They release their product with out supporting parts. The best way, if you already had it and when time comes and starting to worn out, get it re-bond to brake shop. That's what our local bikers do when they hardly find one.
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