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Fissure disc brake

Fissure disc brake 75,000 km and thickness of 3.7 mm measured at the point indicated, you should change it when is 4 mm to avoid this.












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Wow... What type of brake pads do you use? Do you ride in very dusty conditions?
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How many set of pads, and what type?

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Wow... What type of brake pads do you use? Do you ride in very dusty conditions?
I use originals pads, and generally I ride on 70% pavement

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How many set of pads, and what type?
5 sets of pads and originals

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Great thread. Something we should watch for and not take for granted, just because we have working brakes.
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Hmmm. I think I'll break on the Mic and take a check on the KLR & Versys just to be safe.

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Have you decided what rotors your going to get to replace yours?

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