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    Registered Member Three Rings projectdarka4's Avatar
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    brake dust fix?

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    is there any way to stop so much damn brake dust from getting on my wheels... its soo annoying especially cuz i have black wheels now, and i need to clean them almost every day.... PLZ TELL ME A WAY TO CURE THIS!

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    Veteran Member Four Rings onemoremile's Avatar
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    Re: brake dust fix?

    Switch to ceramic pads. It has been two years since I've had to deal with brake dust. I've got PBR Ultimate Ceramics all around. Pads seem to be lasting forever with very little wear.
    Last edited by onemoremile; 08-06-2007 at 10:27 AM.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings 20vpower's Avatar
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    Re: brake dust fix?

    ^^ 2nd that, i got ceramics in the back and mintex in the front, and the fronts are way dustier than the back, you can barley see the dust on the ceramics
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    Registered Member Three Rings projectdarka4's Avatar
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    Re: brake dust fix?

    i did the rears like 3 weeks ago with ceramix, and i still get dust?!?
    im doing the fronts soon though



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