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Bob Danielson wrote:
> For those of us who don't drive our cars particularly hard or fast, which
> pad from TRF would you put on: EBC Kevlar or Semi-Metallic (Hawk?)?? Which
> one gives off the least amount of dust & noise/squeal and stops best in
> normal driving? TRF "promotes" the EBC Kevlar as being for fast road,
> auto-cross and mild race yet it seems that a lot of you use them for
> everyday driving.
> Also.....it appears that there aren't the options for rear brake shoes like
> there are for front discs. Why is that?
> Any experience would be appreciated as I plan on putting in my brake parts
> order tonight
> Bob Danielson
> 1975 TR6 CF38503U
> Running w/ Throttle Body Injection
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Bob, we supply Kevlar pads and shoes. Better than green stuff. No
dust, good cold stop (no warm up needed), rotor and drum friendly and
$50 per axle set. Commercially yours, Ted
108 S. Jefferson St.
Pandora, Ohio, USA 45877
Fax: 419.384.3272 (24 Hrs.)
Phone: 800.543.6648 (US & Canada)
Tech/ Gen. Information/ Worldwide: 419.384.3022
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