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    Time For New Pads on My Hayes Hydros

    Have always gone with Hayes standard pads. I ride aggressive/steep cross country/trail riding and weigh 230 pounds. Stick with Hayes or does another brand equal better performance. No issues with the Hayes, but heck, if something else is better . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nim
    Have always gone with Hayes standard pads. I ride aggressive/steep cross country/trail riding and weigh 230 pounds. Stick with Hayes or does another brand equal better performance. No issues with the Hayes, but heck, if something else is better . . .
    standard metallic pads are the best, wish they lasted longer though

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    if you aren't having problems with stopping power, stay with the hayes. they are fantastic pads that lasts. what more could you ask for?

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