This rectangular pad set, enough for one brake, works with all of the Juicy brakes and the BB7. We haven’t tried, but we doubt these work with any other manufacturers brakes. Since you’re already running these pads if you’ve read this far, the way you tell that your current set of pads are done when the wear indicator on the pad is gone—and you can see straight through from the outside of the backing plate to the disc rotor.
a Weekend Warrior
from Hayden, ID USA
Date Reviewed: July 4, 2009
Strengths: Quality build, good wear, good modulation, wear indicator
These pads stop well and don't fade.....with that said I prefer feathering the brakes over dragging the brakes which I believe causes brake fade and overheating problems a common complaint about disc brakes. Something I have never experienced even under heavy braking on long steep technical downhills with speeds verying between 5mph to 40+mph