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Well it's time to do brakes soon, on my 2011 FLTRX and last time I got OE dealer pads pretty decent I would say, but what are you guys running and why? My local Indy swears by lyndall, another friend said EBC , don't know so looking to get some information, thanks fellas.
 

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I went with EBC pads all around this spring, took about 30min to do the swap also. No complaints so far.


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ive been using D2Moto sintered pads for the past several years without any issues. a lot less dust than HD pads and they are under $20 for ALL 3 sets
 
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ive been using D2Moto sintered pads for the past several years without any issues. a lot less dust than HD pads and they are under $20 for ALL 3 sets






What the range me OEM’s Lasted @23K+ still has 20% to @30% pad left. Changed them with Z+ Lyndall. How are these doing?
 

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What the range me OEM’s Lasted @23K+ still has 20% to @30% pad left. Changed them with Z+ Lyndall. How are these doing?
I get about 3 seasons out of a set which is roughly about 15 to 20k miles for me. D2Moto pads are cheap enough so I wouldn't care if I had to replace them every year. hell, it takes about 10mins to change a set of pads. if it was a time consuming job to do I might use more expensive pads but these are cheap and easy enough to replace I don't care
 
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Did EBC from D2moto last time. Going to try out the Lyndall ones next go around.
 
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