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2004 Yamaha Bruin 350 4x4 EBC ATV Brake Rotors

2004 Yamaha Bruin 350 4x4
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ATV Front Brake Rotor
$50.74 - $96.28
You save up to $15.72 (14%)
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EBC ATV Front Brake Rotor Heat-treated carbon steel brake rotors Steel construction extends rotor and brake pad life by eliminating galling Rotors come with or without scraper holes (accord...

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Nelson (Whistler )

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Missleading product

I didn't want to replace my worn out stock floating rotor with another floating rotor. Picture shows a standard rotor which is what I really wanted. Ended up received the floating rotor. I've only had good experiences ordering from MS. After this I will no longer be buying or referring friends to MS. I want to be riding instead of ordering and returning parts.

Phil (Chicago )

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Holy Hooks!? Who Threw Out The Achor!?

Thought this was just good marketing hype. Even the package supported my feelings. Put them on my race bike and DAMN! Warm up lap had my sliding the front tire (on slicks) with just two fingers. Next few laps I was slow in all corners too much brake! By the end of the day I could brake two boards closer to the corner than before. Just AWESOME! Buy them now!

Robert (Fayetteville )

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EBC rear shoes for Honda magna

Perfect fit, finish was first class. Only went around block, but they worked well.

Michael (Fargo )

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works great

Replaced my stock rear drum in my '07 Suzuki Boulevard M50. Rear brake definitely brakes harder now and is quiet. Easily recommend!

Rick W (Fulton )

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EBC X-Series Carbon Graphite Rear Brake Pads

I use my 2013 KTM 300 XCW for racing all year round in Missouri Hare Scrambles. Brake pads are subjected to anything from dry, dusty, hot conditions to cold, wet, muddy conditions. These pads wear, but, I'm after performance and they do perform. I tend to set the bike up in turns with the rear wheel, so I'm on the brakes a lot. With these pads you get consistent stopping power without overheating in extreme conditions.

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