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Old 03-25-2003, 02:30   #1 (permalink)
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Question Dusty brake pads?

Could someone reccomend a good set of brake pads which don't produce much dust? I'm sick of having to clean my wheels every couple of days.. Also, does the ABS have anything to do with the dust??
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Bendix pads are pretty good for no dust and no the abs doesn't affect the dust.
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Put in a set of bendix advance pads, they are excellent for not dusting the wheels and they work a treat too...
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No dust. They work really well....
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Bendix Advance

I also recommend Bendix Advance i had trhem on my EB II and they worked a treat. Not much if any dust at all. So much better over the standard pad that was before them. Less fade ect.



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