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Old 05-07-06, 04:15 PM   #1
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When do I need to change my pads?

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I've been riding my Kona Cinder Cone pretty regularly for about a year now, it's my first foray into hydraulic disk breaks (Hayes Nines), and I have no idea when to change the pads or what to look for to know if they need to be changed.
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Once they stop working, or you start to notice a large difference in stopping power, get new pads. You can also take them off and look at them to see how much pad is left.
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You can also take them off and look at them to see how much pad is left.
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