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Break pad #'s

Discussion in 'Brakes / Suspension' started by liferider, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. liferider

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    need to order some break pads for front & rear. Anyone know the pad #'s for a 03 chopper
     
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    Carbon Tech # 678H.CT
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    Front and rear are the same.
     
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  3. liferider

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    Go to the Performance Machine website and match yours up. They have pictures of the 3 or 4 different types they use.
     
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  5. liferider

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    I was wanting to get the new pads in before tearing breaks down so I will not be down
     
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    Its real easy to just pull the pin, here's the ones for my 07', front n rear

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  7. liferider

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    This is one of those weird questions. 2003 and older uses HD parts on a lot of the parts inner change. 2004 is when Shelton went to his own stuff. So I'm not sure if 03 and 07 are the same
     
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    Do you have a PM 4 piton brake caliber? I just put ( Lyndall Racing Brakes Gold Plus Brake Pads 7182-GPLUS ) on my 2004.Here is a pict.
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    note the pict. is of front but both take same pads.
     
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    Shannon has the same bike, go with his part numbers.

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    If you want your Big Dog to stop you need brakes.
    If your Big Dog breaks....well, it's broken.
    Also, for the record, it was Sheldon Coleman who founded Big Dog Motorcycles, not Shelton.
    Sorry, I couldn't help myself, my dad was a professor of education!
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    :oldhardlaugh::oldhardlaugh::oldhardlaugh:
     
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    If you want your Big Dog to stop >comma < you need brakes. :oldthumbsup: Pop woulda nailed ya for that one! :oldlaugh::oldlaugh::oldhardlaugh:
     
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    Alrighty, called Ricky Farmer and he had 2 sets on the shelf. And now I have them in my garage. Going to install them after a Samich break
     
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