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    Tektro Auriga Comp Disc Brake Pads

    Need to replace the pads on my dirty stocks.

    CRC have the standard ones here... Tektro Tektro Aquila/Auriga/Auriga Comp Pads | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com

    Want to try something different, suggestions for something a bit quieter?

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    The good thing about the Auriga series is they use the same pad as the Shimano Deore M525 (not M535, M585, M760/770) so they are readily avaiable. I use ebay's Bikefridge pads with good success. The stock pads are not really good in my experience.

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    You can fit in pads from Shimano m515/m525 as well. They're same design.

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    Nukeproof have very good references. I'm planning to buy 2 pairs my self.
    Nukeproof Shimano Deore M515/M525/Tektro Disc Pads | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com

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    Thanks, I will pick up a pair of Nukeproof Shimano Deore M515/M525/Tektro Disc Pads with my next order.

    Need a 9-speed chain also, I'm coastal so anything corrosive resistant is good, light cheap etc.suggestions? Through CRC is easy for me too

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    i used EBC greenstuff compound and i am very impressed i run a sram chain with great success

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