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Make your brakes feel like new.

A new Shimano XT Disc Brake Rotor helps bring back the precise brake modulation you've been missing since you bent your last rotor. Shimano upgraded the shape this year to increase pad life. Remember, the best brakes in the world don't do any good without clean, straight rotors.

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i want to upgrade my giant boulder se...

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i want to upgrade my giant boulder se regular brakes to disc brakes ,what can you recommend i have a very limited budget thank you

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It will cost you more to upgrade your bike to disc brakes than your bike is worth.Is this the $300 bike you own?http://www.giant-bicycles.com/en-US/bikes/mountain/1262/29304/Switching to disc brakes requires new hubs, brake levers, and discs. Look on www.criagslist.com for a new bike the comes with disc brakes.

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Late advice, but... you can find a used disc wheelset on Ebay or Craigslist, and then go with the Shimano LX set here... about $140 for levers, calipers, cables, and rotors. Or look elsewhere for some cheaper cable-pull brakes, like the Avid's (try pricepoint.com). You can get the brakes and rotors, new cables (cheap), and use your existing levers.

Is this a good brake to upgrade my GT...

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Is this a good brake to upgrade my GT Telera? I don't want to buy a new mountain bike. I just want the performance of disc brakes.

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Make sure your wheels, fork and frame are disc brake compatible