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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2004 2:28 am 
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does anyone know where in the USA I can order Corima brake pads......not just the pads, with the holders also(complete set)??


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Check out R&A Cycles in Brooklyn, NY. Their weblink for Corima pads is:
http://www.racycles.com/eq/catalog/corima_brake_block_set_1348085.htm
Looks like you get 8 composite pads and 2 holders per set. You'll need to
buy 2 Brake Block Sets @ $39.95/each to outfit both brake calipers.


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Cirroco.....thnaks for the info, I just ordered some!!


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oops...spelled 2 things wrong, I meant Cirroc and thanks...........sorry


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Much obliged. WW are interested how the pads mount to the holders: do
they slip in like regular pads or are they glued on. Let us know when you
get the Corimas. If slip-in, different pads like Kool Stop, Zipp, etc. are
possible depending on your wheelset du jour.


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I was told they glue on


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