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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179


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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179

    Building up a bike with these as we speak...
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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179

    Are they any good? I always use XT hydrostatic.

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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179

    Meant hydraulic. Dang spellchecker.

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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179

    They were recommended as being as good as the XTs. Would have just gone with another set of XT, which I had on another bike, but I got a pretty good deal on a full X0 group.

    I'll know how good they are in about a week or so.
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    Chainlove: Avid XO Trail Disc Brake $179

    Let us know what you think.

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    I've been running these for a few months now and they're great. But my set has been quiet, and they feel nice.

    I recall having seen them on chainlove once for $150. Ever since then only at $179. Must have been an error the first time around?

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    the XO trails are great. Really liking them

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    Great brakes. The bleeding issues with previous elixirs are gone. Power, ergonomics, and modulation are amazing.

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