Mercury Wheels Carbon Brake Pad - 2-Pack

Mercury Wheels Carbon Brake Pad - 2-Pack
Mercury Wheels Carbon Brake Pad - 2-Pack
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Carbon Brake Pad - 2-Pack by Mercury Wheels
For 2016, Mercury worked hard to introduce a beefier, more durable brake pad better equipped to withstand constant use. The new Carbon Brake Pad delivers more consistent stopping power when you need to scrub speed on a steep descent, and without wearing as fast as past versions. The versatile design works with both traditional and direct mount brakes.

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SKU: MCW000F
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