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    SRAM guide SOLD

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    I'd much rather a set of new Deores if I'm going to be spending that money, at least I know they should provide about as much power and be good for along while without the seals blowing up and seizing them up. Also no nasty DOT fluid to deal with
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    I'd much rather a set of new Deores if I'm going to be spending that money, at least I know they should provide about as much power and be good for along while without the seals blowing up and seizing them up. Also no nasty DOT fluid to deal with
    Thanks I appreciate your bias review


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    Well, since I'm so biased, curious what you swapped them out for and why not just keep them if they're that good?

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    I swapped them for Magura mt 6 next, I run Maguras on all my mtbs and it's nice to have consistency.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    I'd much rather a set of new Deores if I'm going to be spending that money, at least I know they should provide about as much power and be good for along while without the seals blowing up and seizing them up. Also no nasty DOT fluid to deal with
    It really doesn't seem like your place to detract from a person just trying to make an honest sale. He, in no way, appears to be trying to deceive anyone. Just sell some brakes. I have a set of these on one of my bikes and have had no issues at all!
    Good luck on your sale, gangski.

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    These brakes are great for sure. Glws

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    I bought these brakes and am very pleased with the deal. Ganski shipped them fast and they are in like new condition. They will clamp on my X7 shifters and the seller included a 180mm adapter so I can upsize my rear rotor! Great deal and good guy to work with!

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