[200q20v] UFO brake pads

Brett Dikeman brett at brettd.dsl.speakeasy.net
Fri Feb 9 17:44:19 EST 2001

If anyone could collect all the info available pad choices, I'll happily
add it to the FAQ-in-progress.  It's shaping up, believe it or not.  I'm
steadily adding questions that pop up, but I don't have a lot of spare

If, when you ask a question on the list, you want to summarize your
answers, bounce me a copy of the summary, or I can help get you started on
FAQ-editing(it's really easy.)  I also need some people to just peruse
through the FAQ and point out errors, important omissions, etc before it
goes "live" for the first time.

I'm not sure why, but we've seen what seems like a big jump in traffic and
a lot of new-owner questions, that sort of thing.  Let's see what we can
do to let these folk help themselves so we can discuss -really- important
things, like how big Phil Rose's tires are!

(Phil came to Mt. Washington 2000 with some -really- big rubber on his
stock UFO rims and it became the joke of the weekend; Paul K's son,
Brett[yes, this causes endless confusion every year] came over and
whispered in my ear, "Phil says his tires are bigger than your tires...")

On Fri, 9 Feb 2001 GSTREIN at aol.com wrote:

> Sorry for the question yet one more time regarding replacement brake pads for 
> the UFO's.  Any opinion on what pad is better Jurid or Textar? There is a 
> small price difference @$20 more for the Textar - are they worth it?  Do 
> either have less dust?
> If anyone has another pad manufacturer for said please disclose...I don't 
> have the time to remove and send out for resurfacing current pads with my 
> selection of compound.
> Thanks!  Frank
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