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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-23-2013, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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I have searched and can't find a step by step of how to replace brake pads on my 2010 XR.
I have heard how easy it is but I've never changed pads on ANYTHING.
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I have searched and can't find a step by step of how to replace brake pads on my 2010 XR.
I have heard how easy it is but I've never changed pads on ANYTHING.
Can anyone help a "dummie"
thanks, Dan
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Thanks man!
New front brakes installed!
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Did you put oem pads back on or did you go with something else and if so how do they bite?

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Did you put oem pads back on or did you go with something else and if so how do they bite?
Went with EBCs.
Yes they definitely have more "bite".
My OEMs weren't shot, I WANTED better brakes.
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any pad will stop better then factory.
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