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Daytona 675 2010 brakes for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by cpatel89, Apr 20, 2021.

  1. cpatel89

    cpatel89

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    Hi All

    I’ve got a few bits for sales

    I’ve got

    Front discs £80 pair
    Rear disc £20
    Rear pads £15
    Front pads £10 for the set

    All the discs have plenty off life in them only changed them as I wanted waves discs

    Front pads not a lot off life and the rear pads have got loads off life left in them

    All prices are plus p&p for free collection from Leicester

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  2. Obviously not a 44teeth watcher then lol
     
  3. cpatel89

    cpatel89

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    I’ve seen a few things they’ve done, why what have I done wrong??


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  4. Sorry to hijack the thread. I just watched one of there lockdown news shows. One segment is about wat us riders do that they hate. Besides many things they say waves discs is one.
    Don’t worry I have short leavers, another thing they hate. Worth a watch for a few giggles and a few ticks in the i’ve done that category.
     
  5. cpatel89

    cpatel89

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    Ahhhhhh I thought I did something wrong got me a bit worried.

    I watched the one they just done about the questions the insurance companies ask and it was insightful


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  6. StMarks

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    I've not heard of those shows either, however I have to admit I may share their views.
    I wonder if it's bourn from early experiences in the distant past.?
    Back when I started riding motorcycles brakes did work,,,, "ish".
    A "full handful of lever" fearfully clamped with all your might towards the handgrip was often hardly enough to muster the stopping power desired.
    As braking systems have evolved, two finger braking has become entirely viable, nonetheless that instilled desire for maximum braking capacity ensures that the bigotry remains. I never fit short brake levers.
    For similar reasons, the reduced friction surface that wavy discs offer has me dismissing their aesthetic appeal.

    Anyway, sorry cpatel89, Brakes for sale, BTTT
     
  7. Have the front discs sold yet?


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  8. cpatel89

    cpatel89

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    They’re still available for sale


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