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Re: Brake Dust, brake pads and "Clean Wheels" (archive)

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Posted by DaveS on December 27, 1999 at 12:53:07:

In Reply to: Brake Dust, brake pads and "Clean Wheels" posted by JFE on December 23, 1999 at 15:21:40:

: Can anyone suggest a quality brake pad that doesn't erode brake dust as fast as a sand dune?

: Any opinions on "Clean Wheels", the plastic/aluminum plate you can insert between the wheel and brake assembly to limit visible dust? As I'm not racing, I'm not concerned with slightly lower cooling to the brakes.

: I'm driving the full stretch of I-5 down the center of California tomorrow. First long roadtrip in the car. Got my self a V-1 radar detector for Christmas!

: Happy holidays,
: John, '95 540 6-speed
: Throwing star rims (dusty)

I use Repco Deluxe on the street. They work as well as OEM, are cheap, and clean. These are not hi performance pads. Avoid "Klene Wheels."


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