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    Same Pads, Different Rotors

    What does everyone do when they have more than one wheel set? I'm assuming you need to bed in the second set of rotors, but that if they are the same I should be able to switch wheel sets without having to switch pads. Is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RagerXS View Post
    What does everyone do when they have more than one wheel set? I'm assuming you need to bed in the second set of rotors, but that if they are the same I should be able to switch wheel sets without having to switch pads. Is this correct?

    Fred
    I just change the wheels. Have several different types of rotors. Works fine.
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