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Replacement Brake Pads For Disc Conversion

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The 450 has front Disc Brakes which are worn out. The setup are Quadtrax type that appears to be a spin off from SuperATV. for the Canuck folks. Doing some researching online it comes back that these calipers are re-branded Wilwood.

 

Here is the actual disc brakes.

https://revco.ca/quadrax-front-disc-brake-kit-for-honda-atvs/

 

Caliper; https://www.wilwood.com/Calipers/CaliperList?subname=PS1

Pads: https://www.wilwood.com/BrakePads/BrakePadsList?padtype=4108

 

Anyone recommend some brake pads that will last? I see these style with these 1 rabbit ear like connection all over the place from $10 a pair to $100 a pair...

 

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Brake pads will wear more or less depending on if your in the mud or not. I am not in the mud much, & on my second set of pads since 2016 & going strong.. wildwood is the cats meow!

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13 minutes ago, Wheeler said:

Brake pads will wear more or less depending on if your in the mud or not. I am not in the mud much, & on my second set of pads since 2016 & going strong.. wildwood is the cats meow!


How many miles per set? 
 

what pads you using? 2 years for a set seems very reasonable. 

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I run EBC. Can’t say how many miles. No idea.. Rode hard put away clean! Lol

 

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3 minutes ago, Wheeler said:

I run EBC. Can’t say how many miles. No idea.. Rode hard put away clean! Lol

 


Do you have a part number for these pads? 
 

What you do, remove the caliper after every ride?

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No I just clean really well. Sometimes I have to pull grass or what not our as it will wedge into the caliper/pad. 

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