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Offline JG_XRT

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Re: Rear brake pad wear
« Reply #40 on: September 15, 2019, 10:14:43 PM »
I have 15000 miles on my 2017.

Front pads have a lot of life left.

Rears were replaced at the 10000 mile service, and will likely need to be replaced before to 20K service- at 10K, they were toast, and I never checked them prior to the 10K service- never had a set of pads (front or rear) wear out that fast).

Now, on this bike, I expect early replacement and keep an eye on them.
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Offline Bruce Wayne

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Re: Rear brake pad wear
« Reply #41 on: September 18, 2019, 05:58:38 PM »
I’ve my tiger since March 1st this year. Now after 16.500km the bike will bevserviced and I told them to check the rear brakepads. I bought the bike with 8000km on it. So now after almost 25.000km the brakepads needs to be replaced. Front still good.

Offline Purdy

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Re: Rear brake pad wear
« Reply #42 on: September 19, 2019, 03:16:18 PM »
*Originally Posted by TTruckie [+]
yep its a know thing that Explorers eat front tyres and rear brakes.

I assumed it is the linked brakes.  Luckily they are easy to change.

4500 miles i had a new front and rear pads, nice to know im not the only one !

 


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