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2007 Yamaha GRIZZLY 700 4X4

Galfer Sintered Brake Pads - Front Left

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Product Description

  • Galfer Sintered Brake pads employ a bronze based compound.
  • Excellent feel and performance.
  • Provides instant powerful controlled braking force at any speed or temperature.
  • Consistent performance in wet or dry weather conditions.
  • Long lasting fade resistant power.
  • Does not cause undo wear on rotor.
  • Includes two brake pads, enough for one caliper.
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KillerCRF Location: Concord,NC
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Best pads ive ran to date.

I combined these pads front and rear with the Galfer braided lines and couldnt be happer with the overall perfomance. much better grab than OEM or EBC pads that Ive ran. never heard a peep out of them soo far either. really helped my 450 get into corners on these tight indooe tracks

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Location: Louisville, KY
Quite the stopping force!

First thing is i'm so satified with how fast the shipping came...i ordered my brakes on a friday and they were at my door on monday. Motosport is such a reliable website and do fantastic work. i love my galfer brakes i can push my bike harder into the corners now that i know i can stop so much quicker. great product and service.

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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Louisiana
Brakes That Work...

Great Brake Pads, No Noise and that GRIP !!

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Location: Shawnee, OK, USA
Great product!!!

Fit perfectly and were easy to install.

Galfer Sintered Brake Pads - Front Left
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Location: Concord,NC
Better than stock

Love stock pads but these are better. High speed trails and no fading.

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Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor

Lasted 5 hrs. On the rear of my son's RM 85 ! $30.00 dollar's in junk !

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Location: bronx ny

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Location: Boise, ID
Awesome

So far no squeeling, like those poopy EBC pads!!

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Location: Clinton, IN
Good Buy

Pads were inexpensive, easy to install, and perform perfect.

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Location: Etowah TN
Good

what can you say they installed easily and they stop me just fine no problems

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kenny Over 11 months ago Location: Cullman, AL, USA
How do you change rear brake pads on a 93 honda cr 500?
MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
As a general rule you are going to have to remove the rear wheel. Once the wheel is removed you use a a C-clamp to compress the brake piston back into the caliper. It is a good idea to leave the old brake pad in place as to not not damage the piston. Once that is compressed you can remove the hanger pin(s) that hold the brake pads in. After the pin(s) are removed then the brake pads typically will fall right out of the caliper. Next you will set the new brake pads in the caliper and reinstall the hanger pin(s). Make sure the caliper is located in the groove on the swingarm and then you can install the rear wheel. With the wheel installed pump the brake pedal to build pressure. I typically will try to hold the brake pedal down for 5-6 seconds with moderate pressure to make sure the pressure does not bleed off and that the brake system is in good shape. Be careful the first ride and test the brakes accordingly to make sure they function as they should.
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