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    HELP on (hayes) strokers

    What are my options for new pads for this stroker trail brakeset? which are better/different?

    thanks for the input

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    What type of riding you doing??
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    ALL MTN, and a little XC, more leaning towards ALL MTN. 6" travel full suspensh, 8" rotor up front, 6" out back. any other info?

    Thanks a bunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiracr2fast4u
    ALL MTN, and a little XC, more leaning towards ALL MTN. 6" travel full suspensh, 8" rotor up front, 6" out back. any other info?

    Thanks a bunch
    The stock pad is great for XC/AM riding if your getting aggressive and riding steeps the Hayes Semi Metallic is the way to go.
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    ok, now would the semi metallic not be as "beneficial" on XC/AM?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiracr2fast4u
    ok, now would the semi metallic not be as "beneficial" on XC/AM?

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    The stock pad works really good in all conditions until it gets hot just like most stock pads will. The Semi Metallic is a little sticky cold but once heated up is in it's element. Riding XC your not using the brakes as harsh as DH type riding hauling a 35+ pound bike, XC braking is much more finesse and control. I'm not saying the Semi Metallic wont work for XC as anything it's all personal.
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