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1979 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1000 - XLH1000 Brakes

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Standard Brake Rotor
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Tucker Rocky Standard Brake Rotor Steel rotors are blanchard-ground and hard-plated Excellent choice for O.E.M. replacement Image may differ from actual product

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george (radford, VA)

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bikers choice brake pads

Very thin pads about half the thickness of other kevlar pads, but about half the price...so no deal here.

Jim (Thorntown, IN)

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Front pads on a trike. Good price and decent performance. Good enough for me.

Michael (Fargo, ND)

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Good front brake pads!

Bought these front brake pads for my Suzuki M50. What a great upgrade and a reasonable price as well. Would buy again.

RILUSI (culloden, WV)

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Just RiGht

I always read the reviews from other riders who have purchased a product that I am considering to purchase for my motorcycle. I was completely satisfied with this product, and would buy again.

Bob T (Mallorytown, ON)

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Much better than the warped one I took off.

It's a little early yet to rate them for durability but they work great with the EBC pads and they cost a fraction of the OEM rotors. Fit and finish is excellent.

Steve (Bundanoon, NSW)

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EBC Pro-Lite Front and Rear Brake Rotors (3)

Fitted perfectly to my 1993 1100 Godzilla of Gixxers. Reasonably priced and shipped to Australia in good time. The original Suzuki slotted front rotors were worn and glazed and passed their used by date. The EBC Pro-Lite swiss cheese replacements were bedded in with new pads and braided brake lines on long road trip. Then the final test on the racetrack at speeds of up to 260kph ticked all the boxes. Thank you, the heavy beast now stops as good as it goes.

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