UFO seasoning and pad bedding
SuffolkD at aol.com
Fri Nov 11 13:59:40 EST 2005
Chambfering the edges is what I thought he was referring to , but how can
angling the ends of the pads make them fit into the "gap" better? The center
thickness would be the same.
I documented the process here:
a picture of Chambfer is here:
While most sites show more material removed I didn't see the need to reduce
the swept area of the pad contact for 1/4 of the pads usable life or
-Scott by BOSTON
In a message dated 11/11/2005 1:51:00 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n-engelbert at terrans.net writes:
> Subj: Re: UFO seasoning and pad bedding
> Date: 11/11/2005 1:51:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
> From: n-engelbert at terrans.net
> To: SuffolkD at aol.com
> CC: 200q20v at audifans.com, brett at cloud9.net, rbade12 at aol.com
> I believe Brett means chamfering the leading/trailing edge of the pad via
> a file, not taking away from the total thickness. I think that even Hawk
> recommends this in their installation procedures.
> When I ran R4's this year, I had quite the time trying to get the rotor on
> as well with the new pads.
> Brett, how did the pads work out for the weekend?
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