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Brake pads worn out! 128 Miles

I bought my 18 outlander like 2 months ago. It has 128 miles on it now. I went on a poker run not to long ago and got a flat tire on the front left side. So today I took it off to get it repaired the right way at the local tire shop . My father was looking at the brake pads and they were all but gone. Guess I'll try EBC Metallic brakes and check the rest out. I guess some harsh riding will do that but really surprised, I wasn't happy. Anyone else ever have any Experiences like this?
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I donít own a can am but depending on how bad the sand is that you ride in itís very possible. Iíve found the cheapest pads are the best cause all the pads no matter the price last the same amount of time.


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I donít own a can am but depending on how bad the sand is that you ride in itís very possible. Iíve found the cheapest pads are the best cause all the pads no matter the price last the same amount of time.


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I rode in mud no sand around my neck of the woods still harsh though lol. I still hope the full metallic are better than the organic pads.
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I donít own a can am but depending on how bad the sand is that you ride in itís very possible. Iíve found the cheapest pads are the best cause all the pads no matter the price last the same amount of time.





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I rode in mud no sand around my neck of the woods still harsh though lol. I still hope the full metallic are better than the organic pads.


Yea I ride mud too. Iíve tried the most expensive pads and they lasted the same for me. This was on a sportsman 1000 and now I have a ranger and had the same results. Where are you from?


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Brakes don't last. Basically change them more than oil. Buy cheap and keep changing IMO if you're in mud

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Can ams go thru brake pads quickly but that is crazy. I burned mine out after 1500 miles of a good amount of abuse.
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Well I buy Race Driven Brakes, one of the best liked brake pad on this Forum. By far the best bang for your hard earn dollars. The three set of brake pads almost cost the same price BRP charge for one set. Race Driven Brake Pads set of three cost me $65.00 Canadian ship to my front door, BRP price is $45.99 for one set times three is $155.00 with tax.
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Another brake thread?
Cool

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Another guy that complains about threads he doesnít even have to click on? Cool


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Another brake thread?
Cool


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