Just a matter of when, not a matter of if you're gonna need brake pads. Anyone know what material OEM pads use? I'm guessing kevlar organic, but pic on HD website (for my bike) could pass for sintered. They don't tell you in the description. Anyone know?
Prior to finding out about the discount I ordered a set of front rotors.
After reading Big_gary's post on the discount I ordered a rear rotor and three sets of sintered pads and got the 30% discount.
I then emailed D2Moto and inquired about a discount for the front rotors I ordered.
I was pleasantly surprised when I received a email from them telling me that they had reimbursed my account the 30 % discount.
Now that's an awesome gesture as far as I'm concerned.
I received my D2Moto Rotors and Pads and can say they look like they are very well made and seem like they will do the job.
I'm extremely happy with their products as well as their Customer Support.
I just received a email from them offering FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS (No Minimum Required).
Hope this helps anyone thinking of making a purchase.
I’m going to be replacing my jiffy stand with one that is powder coated black. I found the stand in black but not it’s mounting bracket. So I’m going to pull the bracket off the bike to powder coat it. Can anyone tell me the torque value for the bolts holding the floorboard brackets. They pass...
So I wasn't a fan of the chrome badges on the tank and was about to remove them, but remembered a video about PlastiDip Linked below.
I had nothing to loose so I tried it and it worked out as the video said it would and I am very happy with the results
You Tube Link
Who runs these and what’s the mileage, and wear life (I live in the mountains going from cold to hot to cold). There’s killer deals and supposedly their Yokohama’s tire? and the load range is that of a Michelin or Dunlop! But are they too ‘cheap’
OK about six months ago on a post about bleeding ABS brakes, it was said that you still need to flush the ABS control module. Standard brake bleeding methods do not change the fluid in the control module itself, hence, the HD recall notice. Part of the recall was a free fluid change and flushing...
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