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Replace your rubber V-brake pads
 
We have been putting up lots of ‘How to…’ guides on V-brake pads in recent weeks and to make it simple for everyone to find the right one here a quick break down what the various posts are about.

To get the details on how to replace the entire brake sure, either ‘one piece’ rubber pad or a cartridge brake shoe with the rubber brake pad, then check out the ‘How to replace your brake shoes on V-brakes!’ guide.

To get the details of replacing just the rubber pad in a cartridge brake shoe we have created two posts.

The first one leaves the cartridge brake shoe on the V-brake arm and just replaces the brake pad. This is quicker and works on replacing the pads that have not been worn down that much. You can find the details here: 'How to replace your V-brake rubber pads? (Option 1)'

The second option removes the cartridge from the brake arm, as it is easier to remove and insert the brake pad that way. It might take a little bit longer but might make for a more precise setup. You can find the details here: 'How to replace your V-brake rubber pads? (Option 2)'

Hope that helps a bit to find the right one.

by mikethebike     Mon Sep 24, 2018

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