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    Saint M810 Brakes

    Snagged some Saint M810 Brakes from Wiggle.com for $161.14 each side shipped to US. Best deal by about $20 bucks each side (at least that i could find). It shows 0 in stock but went ahead and ordered them any way. I contacted them as soon as I ordered and they told me they were on order thru supplier. Anyway long story short I had both front and back in 6 working days.

    Wiggle | Shimano Saint Rear Disc Brake Lever and Post Mount Calliper Disc Brakes

    Wiggle | Shimano Saint M810 Front Disc Brake Lever and PM Calliper Disc Brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by meSSican View Post
    Snagged some Saint M810 Brakes from Wiggle.com for $161.14 each side shipped to US. Best deal by about $20 bucks each side (at least that i could find). It shows 0 in stock but went ahead and ordered them any way. I contacted them as soon as I ordered and they told me they were on order thru supplier. Anyway long story short I had both front and back in 6 working days.



    Wiggle | Shimano Saint Rear Disc Brake Lever and Post Mount Calliper Disc Brakes

    Wiggle | Shimano Saint M810 Front Disc Brake Lever and PM Calliper Disc Brakes
    Nice thank you

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    One thing i found odd was that the front and rear were switched. Left had the 1800mm hose for the rear and the right had the 1000mm hose for the front. Not a big deal to swap them over but thought it to be odd, must be an English thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meSSican View Post
    One thing i found odd was that the front and rear were switched. Left had the 1800mm hose for the rear and the right had the 1000mm hose for the front. Not a big deal to swap them over but thought it to be odd, must be an English thing.
    Most of the world rides that way. We are the odd ones.

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    you didn't get charged for US taxes and duties?

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