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    might've posted this before

    but don' t recall. anyway, shimano resin only rotors ok with metallic pads? got organics on now, but i'm not too crazy about their stopping power, which isn't all that bad, but still...
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    so, noone knows if metallic pads can vbe used on resi9n only rotors w/out damaging the rotor?
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    well, looks like i'll put them on and maybe i can tell y'all what happens
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    "well, looks like i'll put them on and maybe i can tell y'all what happens"

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    not much else to do since no here seems to know. just dunno when i'll get around to it
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    just replace em w/ real rotors if they die

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    Quote Originally Posted by vk45de
    just replace em w/ real rotors if they die
    could, but it'd be a pain as they centerlock
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    not could, you'd have to replace em if they die. you could get an adapter too.

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