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    Straitline levers for Saints?

    Do they make em? It says XT, so I asume that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phi.Design
    Do they make em? It says XT, so I asume that works.
    Yes it does. I just put a set on my GF's bike this weekend. They feel awesome.

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    ^^Yea they'll work fine

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    Where did u get them?

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    phi.design i notice your building up a saint equipped bike,are you going for the cranks aswell.

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    Yeah, I think I want a double ring.

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    Any bike shop can order them (they've got BTI) , if you're in Canada, Yodo

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    nice brakes mtb biker by the way.

    phi did you look at a couple of others before hand,and what made you go with the saints.

    cheers for any info and sorry for stealing your thread,just i need info

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    Thanks,

    Saint's are awesome brakes. Hard to beat money wise, and i've never had any problems with the Saints/XT/m755's i've had. Rarely do you see any posts inquiring as to Shimano XT/Saint's being messed up... (XTR's had some sticky pistons)

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    Yeah, I just really like the saint line. Super durable, tuff and fairly light. I'm finding great deals on it as well. Plus it looks dope as hell.

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    They work great!

    Got mine from a shop in Canada.

    phatmoose cycles

    These guys are great.

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    sorry again,any one using saint cranks also.

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    Saint Brakes, Hubs, Cranks... use it all. Great stuff at reasonable price.

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    thanks jimi1114

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