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Username Post: Brake pads        (Topic#353779)
64ss409 
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Loc: Montana
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11-05-18 01:54 PM - Post#2750530    

About 2 years ago I took off the front rotors and had them turned. I got pads from a local supply store, mid range price, it was the only ones they had in stock. It stops good, but the brake dust from these pads is terrible. The dust blacks the wheels in 200-300 miles. What pads should be used? It is a 98.
Ron

1964 SS 409/340 4 spd, bought new Oct '63 from Ken Boggs Chevrolet, Geraldine, Montana


 




wagonmaster 
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11-06-18 07:40 AM - Post#2750602    
    In response to 64ss409

Use the best ceramic replacements you can afford. They will last a long time, remember to warm them up a bit prior to getting frisky with them.

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64ss409 
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Loc: Montana
Reg: 12-04-02
11-08-18 09:56 AM - Post#2750772    
    In response to wagonmaster

Thanks! I appreciate the help.

1964 SS 409/340 4 spd, bought new Oct '63 from Ken Boggs Chevrolet, Geraldine, Montana


 




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