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Old 08-02-2001, 05:21   #1 (permalink)
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These Brakes Just Won't Do Son!

I think these look a bit paltry and we need to see if there is something better :D
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What's that Mr Tickford dude? You have an idea?
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This is looking like a good thing.....
(Laminge - don't ruin it now!)
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Old 08-02-2001, 05:33   #4 (permalink)
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Let's get rolling and chase down them LS1 skirt wearers :p
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They really are some great piccies from Tickford. I sure hope to be getting some when I get my baby next year.. :D
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Hey they're my brakes .....quick dial 000
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Re: These Brakes Just Won't Do Son!

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I think these look a bit paltry and we need to see if there is something better :D
Mate they look better than the ones on my baby. Hehe i know what you mean though, when i was dragging that S-Type Jag and had to brake from 140km/h or so and hit the anchors real hard to stop and an intersection errrrrm lets say my brakes were complaining. :eek: :eek:

I did manage to stop though...
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Top piccies Pete, good to see Ford/Tickford providing these pics, you must be wrapped to see these piccies yourself.
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There not big enough to stop a mini, but alas its not the Beast so they will have to do!!! :D
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Interesting slots/grooves...

They look pretty tricky to manufactuer (over regular slots), maybe you will get better pad wear..
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