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    Help me find my pad.

    This is going to sound dumb but I am sure someone here can help. I have tried so many different brands of pads - the ones I have on my xtr m975 right now I absolutely love. Unfortunately when I removed them to see what they are I discovered most of the branding is worn off of them. Based on what I can make out they appear to be Jaguar but I am not 100% sure. They have a blue backing on them and any jaguar's that I can find online seem to be red.
    Does jag make a blue backed pad? Anyone know where I can find it or at least what the compound is on the blue pad?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bghtn View Post
    This is going to sound dumb but I am sure someone here can help. I have tried so many different brands of pads - the ones I have on my xtr m975 right now I absolutely love. Unfortunately when I removed them to see what they are I discovered most of the branding is worn off of them. Based on what I can make out they appear to be Jaguar but I am not 100% sure. They have a blue backing on them and any jaguar's that I can find online seem to be red.
    Does jag make a blue backed pad? Anyone know where I can find it or at least what the compound is on the blue pad?
    Thanks
    Post a pic, it might help answer your question
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    I only know of BBB pads being blue..

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    Pic of pad

    Here it is. Thanks
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    That would be a Jagwire pad with the extreme conditions compound.

    Jagwire Shimano Compatible Disc Brake Pads 100091072 at CambriaBike.com

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    Yours is marked 392, these 391. Semi-Metallic pad set

    Bikeman Jagwire Disc Brake Pads for Shimano XTR XT SLX Deore
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    Thank you all!

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