I must not be using the right keywords in my searches.
I just put on a set of Shimano LX (M585) hydros and off came the BB7's. The LX's came with the stock pads, not the organic pads they offer. I'd been running stock Avid pads on the BB7's and there's a definate difference in the way they brake with the Avid rotors.
The LX rotors seem to be a stamped steel with a chrome-like plating. The Avids are stainless steel. Putting the LX's on isn't an option as they're centerlock hub compatible and my King and Hugi are 6 bolt.
Before I run the pads and rotors too many miles should I get the other Shimano pads? Or whatever brand might work better than the stock pads...
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