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  1. #1
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    haynes disc brake pad cleaning

    just got done a hard ride on some dusty and some mudy trails and my pads are dirty and im wondering the best way to clean them? should i take them out and clean them or leave them in ? and if i should take them out how do i?
    Last edited by hyper22; 04-01-2004 at 05:53 PM.

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    Wink Haynes = underwear Hayes = disc brakes

    Don't worry about them- dust, mud, water will not harm the pads- they will clean themselves just fine. If you still want to "clean" them then just spray some water at the caliper and pads while spining the wheel. The main thing to keep off the pads is oil of any type including the oil from your hands.

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