Old 06-17-19, 07:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Litespeedlouie View Post
I run mostly Dura 2 salmon pads and tend to replace them when the individual blocks wear down into one big one. I'm assuming the separate block design is there for a reason, such as water diversion.
I always figured the same thing re water diversion.
when mine wear to the main body of pad, I go a bit more and then change them when I get around to it, or leave them on a bike that I dont brake much on and will "do it one day" when it really ends up really thin. (bike I ride in snow and on the flat, ie low speeds and barely any braking other than for stop lights, but from low speeds)
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