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Rear Ebc Pads Go Fast

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Does anyone know why I put a set ot front and rear green stuff EBC brake pads and the rear ones are worned out, but the front ones are by mid-life.

Is this normal ?

I believe that the front pads wear faster than the rear ?

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Maybe something wrong with your rear calipers??

Bit off topic i know but: You lucky sod... love the Dominican Republic and Santa Domingo!!!

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Mine where the same - only got about 5,000 miles out of the rear pads, the front ones lasted over 30,000 miles

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only put the rear ebc pads with ebc disks, if your running the rears on standard disks then use standard pads not ebc as they will wear out quickly ;)

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Thanks, seems like I will have to be buying more of the rear ones if I want to keep up on "no dust" :nuke: .

Regards,

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make sure you release your handbrake when driving :o

sorry :lol:

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The vhandbrake mechanism is completely independent from the rear pads, in other words' they work separately.

Thanks for your suggestion :mat:

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I have EBC Kevlar on the rears of mine with standard discs, have been on there over a year, next to no dust and pleanty of pad left on them.

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