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PBR perfectly fine for anything short (archive)

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Posted by of track (road course) use. We ok too. on June 23, 2000 at 16:47:18:

In Reply to: Break pad advice needed... posted by ///M3 on June 23, 2000 at 16:14:29:

They are also very cheap such that small differences in wear rate are insignificant.

: Ok, I wanted a break pad for regular street use. I want pads that dont dust and squeal. From what I have heard, people recommend the PBR Deluxes. But from my other post, people have said that they dont brake good or wear too fast. I heard that the EBC Greens were pretty good aswell, but leaves a mess of dust. And in time, it makes the steering wheel shake.





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