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The wear indicators on this pad started making contact with the left rear rotor on my way home from Virginia Beach a few weekends ago. I went with the adaptive one brake pads from crapa and touched up the rotors with a flex hone. The remaining pads were withing 1mm of this one. The adaptive one pads came with all new clips which I thought was very cool and hip.

Also here's an oldie but goodie, got 102k out of the fronts.

http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=63776
 

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Nice! I just replaced all pads and rotors at 80K miles. Thought that was pretty darn good considering my driving style :)


Love the TB's brakes!

Chris
 

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It's only because he has his speaker facing forward so when he wants to stop he just cranks the volume!:dielaugh:
 

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I drive like that hit song, "unhurried ride, take it effortless".

Also, since I had to take the caliper brackets off I got to experience the dreaded rear caliper bolts and the 3 lbs of loctite that was put on them at the factory. One was so stuck I had to use an 18mm wrench and beat that mappytappy with a BFH pretty much the whole length of the bolt to get it out. Bah!
 
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