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Front-Left Hand Lever-No Fin-1000mm Hose- I-Spec B
Front - Right Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B
Rear-Right Hand Lever-No Fin-1700mm Hose- I-Spec B
Rear - Left Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B
Front - Left Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B
Rear - Right Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B
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Shimano SLX M675 Front Disc Brake

The new SLX SERVO-WAVE hydraulic disc brake (BL/BR-M675) provide huge progress in braking, control and heat management. The new compact caliper with oversized one-way bleeding 22mm ceramic pistons is combined with a lightweight lever. The lever is lighter than the current version, yet provides more brake power! The center lock disc rotors (160, 180 and 203mm) have a three layer sandwich structure of an aluminum core embedded in stainless steel.

Features:

  • Pre-bled disc brake kit for use with separate RapidFire shifters (compatible with I-spec shifters)
  • Designed with added "Cooling Fins"
  • Includes: BL-M675 MC/lever, BH90-SB 0/90d tubing kit, 74mm post-mount BR-M675 twin-piston caliper, and additional olive/barb for shortening tubing (if needed)
  • Aluminum master-cylinder/lever design with a hinged handlebar clamp, updated lever/piston pivot with ServoWave mechanism, 2-finger tool-free reach/free-stroke adjustable lever blade, and inline barrel reservoir for better ergonomics and increased power 2-piece/2-piston forged/machined caliper with oversized ceramic pistons, alloy banjo tubing attachment, and IceTech pads with aluminum "radiator" cooling fins (also compatible with non-finned XTR 'Race' pads)
  • Designed for use with Shimano brand mineral oil (no DOT fluid)
  • *Adapters and Rotors sold separately, use: SH-65570-65584 for 74mm caliper adapters; SH-65685-65587 for RT67 IceTech aluminum core CenterLock rotors; or SH-65682-65584 for RT86 6-bolt rotors and compatible with other SH- rotors as well

Buy Shimano SLX M675 Front Disc Brake from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Option: Front - Left Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B, Rear - Right Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B, Front-Left Hand Lever-No Fin-1000mm Hose- I-Spec B, Front - Right Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B, Rear-Right Hand Lever-No Fin-1700mm Hose- I-Spec B, Rear - Left Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Superb power and feel from these brakes, much better than my juicy 3s. 12 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Brakes Great service from CRC - next day delivery and well packaged - only gripe is this is my 5th order from you guys and still no click and return form included. ' Thought is was ok to change your mind! : ) initial impressions of the Shimano brakes - look better quality than the picture depicts - came with olives brake pad spacers, bolts the works cannot fault that. Weight is good too - around 300 grams rear and 286 grams front Installed both brakes without cutting hoses -rear brake was bled well, front was not the length of the hoses were too long anyway so I and maybe you will have to shorten both front and rear hoses. So at some point in this install I will more than likely have to bleed - now where was that link for the funnel tool..... 21 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent brake excellent brake at a good price great stopping power 14 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great brakes for the money Had my first outing with these brake, stopping power and feedback is great, got me out of trouble a couple of times where my old V brake would not have me in a ditch or worse. The rear brake hose is a bit long but the local bike shop sorted that out. There was a quite a bit of brake squeal until they bedded in, but that is to be expected. 24 February 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Stupidly long hose Great brake BUT do not buy unless you are prepared to shorten the hose and fiddle around with brake fluid and syringes. I don't know what bike these would fit onto with the standard length, simply ridiculous. Shortening the hose was straightforward enough (I thought) but I now find that the brakes need bleeding, so a bit of air must have entered in during the process. I hate bleeding brakes and I really don't see why I should have to do this with a brand new product - especially since I stupidly bought these as an upgrade to replace some cheapo Hayes brakes, which actually worked. 07 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Modulation & Quiet. Dead easy to shorten the very long hoses. Good one finger modulation. Impressed when I thought I might be disappointed not getting XT, would gladly go with SLX brakes again. 29 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by fantastic brakes Superb and great value. Great stopping power. I would recommend. 27 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great brakes Amazing brake for the cash. Simple, but they do the job. 26 January 2014
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The hose is included with the brakes and the hose length is specified on the listing.

The brakes are pre-bled and ready to install and use.
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Answer: 
The hoses should be included in the package of brake levers, if it's
right-left set, not in the calipers' package. It seems OK as long as I
see the photo on the site, as it shows a brake and a lever. Also two
bottles of 50ml oils should be included in the package of brakes,
which will be plenty enough for a set. They're all ready, you only need
the tools to fit them on your bike.

But one thing. You'll have to buy a bleeding kit, which includes the tools
you need for bleeding. A syringe, thin tubes and a funnel. You can find
the same sort of syringe and tubes from your local DIY shop, but not
the funnel. It's got be this special one. Be careful with the types of the
funnel, as there seems several ones.

Good luck.
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do i need anything else?

hi. will i need anything else to replace my old avid juicy 3 . thanks in advance
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This brakes comes with the Lever, Hose and Caliper.

It is advised to use either the Shimano RT67 or RT86 Rotors and the corresponding mounts for the required rotor sizes.
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I purchased these brakes also..they fitted straight onto my bike ( I had avid brakes) with 180 rotors fitted on the front... I upgraded to 180 on the rear from 160 so I had to but an adaptor for the rear..
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How is the product being sold? I would like to replace my entire brake. Do i have to buy 2 items such as Front-Left and the Right-Rear?
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These brakes are sold separately and are are listed in reference to which caliper they will control (front/rear) and the orientation of the brake lever (left/right).
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Hi..I purchased these brakes from chain reaction myself.. They come as 1 brake only lever,cable,caliper,pads.. They are completely built for you ready to put on unless you need to shorten the cable which is easy..pretty sure there are instructions with them how to do it... So you will need 2 sets to do the front and rear brakes..like you said front- left right -rear...
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The rotor you are using with your Avid brake will also be compatible with the Shimano SLX brake.

You will also be able to retain your caliper adaptor assuming that your Avid caliper is post mount.
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I recomend you also change the rotors as well, if you can afford them,
and if you want the brakes work maximumly.

I've also done the same sort of thing before, but it didn't seem to work
as the way they were designed to.

You see, the used rotors have got the different grooves of the previous
pads, and it will take a while until the new pads scrape them all off.
The brakes won't bite fully till then and you'll be disappointed to find the
braking power and say "Hey, is it that much?" (I was like that). The brand
new disks also take a while until they get used to the new pads, but it won't
be that long.

It will be something like wearing the second-hand running shoes or the
brand new ones. You can use them both, but new ones will surely fit your
feet faster and much better.

But technically, any disks seem to fit any calipers, as long as you don't
mind the trifle. (Hayes ones seem a bit thicker than any others, though).

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Does this fit 180mm rotors

I already have 180mm center lock rotors. Will this fit or is there an adjustment that needs to be made?
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The 'Shimano SLX M675 Disc Brake' would be a complete 'Pre- Bled' Brake System which would have a Post mount Caliper ready for a 160mm Rotor as standard.

To adapt to suit a 180mm Rotors you will need to make sure you have the correct adaptors, shown below
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You need to buy a mount adptor to extend the reach, which shapes like
a bridge. It will probably be something like GBP10 or so. Be careful with
the mount type (post-mount or international).

And never ever use the different brand's adaptor, especially in front.
It could be fatal. Rear seems OK, take a chance.

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brake options

There are two options for a rear l/h brake with 1700mm hose. They appear to be exactly the same but have different product numbers. one is in stock but the other isn't. Is there any difference?

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Product number sku392045 has standard Brake Pads (not the Finned version).

The other version has the Finned pads which are quoted to reduce heat and brake fade during longer descents.
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Is 1 not just normal and the other 1 has fins..product numbers are different as you get a choice with or without fins on the pads...
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These SLX brakes use a 2-finger tool-free reach/free-stroke adjustable lever blade.
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I have these brakes and I use 1 finger braking..so I would say you would get away with 1 or 2 finger braking with these .
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Smashed the metal body on a tree, old M666 no longer available, so need to know about adaptors and new rotor???
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No, you would be fine with the older Shimano Rotor and Adaptor but, if you wanted to get a new look Rotor to 'bed in' with the New Brake Pads you could have a look at the following;
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Answer: 
Brake calipers are compatible between makes of rotors (with the exception of the Hope vented disk for downhill), so if your adapter is undamaged (if your bike has one), the new brake should bolt on and work just fine.
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Just want to confirm, when ordering right hand/left hand levers etc, is this from the point of view of the cockpit (behind the bars)? So If I want the conventional set up I would order front brake right hand and rear brake left hand??
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The Left or Right hand reference is based on the view from the riding position.
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Answer: 
Yes, the handedness of the brakes is from the perspective of the rider on the bike.
Conventions differ between countries:
- the UK and previous colonies uses Right Hand Front Brake (aka "moto")
- continental Europe and the USA use Left Hand Front Brake (aka "wrong - why would you?")
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You will be able to fit the M985 XTR pads to the M675 caliper.

There is a Resin and Sintered pad compound available.
 
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