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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-21-2017, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Default Looking for rear brake pads

Any suggestions, I'm getting my new Billet wheels and tires on this week and noticed the pads are low.
What are you guys using that aren't too dirty. Thanks.
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Everyone who replies to this will have different advice, but I'm here to tell you mine will be the best.
The only thing I use the rear brake for is hard stops and trail braking, so they don't get a lot of use. To help with avoiding rear wheel lockup and have better control, I go with cheapie GG rated pads. HH are way to grabby, but they are great on the front. Most of my riding is on twisty mountain roads.
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Lyndalls Gold on front and Lyndalls Z-Plus on rear.
Cost a bit more but good stopping power and no brake dust.

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Thanks for the advice guys!

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Are Lyndalls the only ones with "no brake dust?"

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Dunno I'm happy with Lyndalls so not about to experiment with others.
Thems the brakes.
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I get no dust from the EBC HH on the fronts.

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Only way not to get dust is use the factory pads. But they don't stop you like the aftermarket pads do

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I get no dust from the EBC HH on the fronts.
Did yours make more noise for the first 100 or so miles?


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