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Rear Brake Pads

Anyone have a set of new rear brake pads they want to rid their stock pile of? I can buy a set but if one of you folks has a new pair just laying around, I will consider them if the price is right.

Let me know what you have.



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Well...not sure what else to say.
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But while you are looking, maybe you can find me two HRC stickers too.

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Well...not sure what else to say.
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But while you are looking, maybe you can find me two HRC stickers too.
You just never know if someone has parts laying around that they either just didn't put on or are readying to get out of the RC51 game.....there, I talked much s l o w e r just for you.

That is what you get for posting before 7am, that is inhumane........

Oh, no...you NH guys should already have the market cornered on the HRC stickers



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You just never know if someone has parts laying around that they either just didn't put on or are readying to get out of the RC51 game.....there, I talked much s l o w e r just for you.
Yeah, like me ... had my new rear pads sitting in the garage for a while, started thinking I didn't even need to do 'em because I bought new ones before even looking at the old ones. Old ones had some meat on 'em. Then got a wild hair & put 'em in anyway.

This of course is on my OH!4 ... which is slightly faster than the D'OH3 ... aka SLOW3

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One day I'll learned how that little pedal by my right foot works.

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It there just in case the fronts give out or handy at a stop, that really about it.



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Rear Brake Pads

If my front brakes went out at a track not sure how much the rear would help.

They do teach in many motorcycle safety classes that the rear can help reduce speed in conjunction with front...but lord help anyone who loses front brakes in an emergency/high speeds.

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If my front brakes went out at a track not sure how much the rear would help.

They do teach in many motorcycle safety classes that the rear can help reduce speed in conjunction with front...but lord help anyone who loses front brakes in an emergency/high speeds.
I guess you could always implement this into your safety regimen but it will cost you precious seconds.




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Bump because I have nothing else to say...someone sell this man some rear pads.

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