Pro-Tec Back Pad Armor and Pads

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Product Description

Spine protection for those who want focused back security. Soft shoulder straps and waistband keep the pad in place for all day comfort. The back pad also features anatomical injection-molded and hinged spine cap protection.


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Go back to metallic pads for Alligator Serration rotors to stop pad wear?

I effectively shut-up my Avid Elixir 7s by going to organic pads and replacing the rotors with Alligator Serrations. The downside has been the design of the rotors chews through pads. Will going back to metallic pads slow this down or do you think I will get noise/vibs again?Read More »

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how do i get my brake pad back in ???

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