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STOPPING THE WORLD! Tour 2016 invades 742 RWLV

  STOPPING THE WORLD! Tour 2016 invades 742 RWLV   What: 542 Race Wars 2016 When: Saturday, February 27 Where: Las Vegas Motor Speedway – 7000 N Las Vegas BLVD, Las Vegas, NV Time: 3:00 PM Booth: R1 Concepts

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STOPPING THE WORLD! Tour 2016 Invades Shift S3ctor

  STOPPING THE WORLD! Tour 2016 invades SHIFT S3CTOR   What: Shift Sector 2016 When: Saturday & Sunday, February 27-28 Where: New Coalinga Municipal Airport – 27500 Phelps Ave, Coalinga, CA Time: 8:00 AM Booth: R1 Concepts

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What Types of Brake Pads Exist? 

  No matter how well you take care of your car or truck, it will need to have the brake pads replaced on a regular basis as a matter of automotive safety. The question is, do you know what kind of brake pads you really need to best protect your car based on your vehicle type […]

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How to Choose the Right Brake Pads

As a first step in determining which type of brake pad is right for your vehicle, review your vehicle owner’s manual. The manual should provide a recommendation of brake pad type based on your car’s specifications. As a general rule, particular kinds of cars tend to perform better with a certain brake pad material. This […]

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Organic Brake Pads

Composed of resin and natural fibers, such as carbon or glass, organic brake pads are sturdy and create relatively little dust. They are sometimes referred to as NAO brake pads, which stands for non-asbestos organic brake pads.  Organic brake pads do not put much wear and tear on brake rotors, but they cannot dissipate heat very well and […]

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Low Metallic Brake Pads

While they are similar in composition to semi-metallic, low metallic brake pads have less metal and create less dust as a result. These brake pads typically have anywhere from 10 percent to 30 percent metal content versus 30 to 65 percent in semi-metallic versions. Low metallic brake pads are often used in commercial vehicles (such […]

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