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rotors and break pads?

so its about that time... going to be getting a set of rotors and pads just to have on hand because i can feel it coming...
so any ideas of rotors and pads for a 08 harley250

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I have heard good things about the Hawk pads. I will be getting a set of fronts soon myself.

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how many miles do you have on your truck? just curious
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just got the EBC slotted/drillled rotors and yellow stuff pads
they look good I hope to have time to put them on tomorrow

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i too will be going with the EBC drilled/slotted rotors soon too. they make a set of anodized black ones that look really sharp. not sure what pads ill be going with.

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I had EBC slotted (not drilled) rotors and hawk pads. They were excellent. However, I only had a chance to put 15k on them so I dont know what the long term wear would have been.

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I got a question... my breaks squeak when i come to a stop, and my emergency brake is froze up so it is REALLY hard to push down, and when i push it down it won't hold my truck even on level ground. i need to get it loose, but anyways, should i go ahead and change out my brake pads or should i wait til i notice difficulty stopping or will that mess up something in there?

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