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Old 16th April 2009
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Where do you guys buy your pads from for a decent price? I have a 06 custom 1200. Hd wants 48 bucks a piece is that the going rate?
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You could get Lyndall Racing Pads for that price.
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I got EBC pads for the rear for $35 from my local independant. No problems with those!
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Lyndal racing pads are far and away superior to the stockers, give em` a try...
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Which ones, the 'Z Plus'?
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Lyndall Racing Brakes. Enough said.

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Folkie...I have the Gold Plus on my Roadster. I love them. I'll never buy another kind again.

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you can try https://www.zanottimotor.com/shopping/pLookUp.php

actually www.chicagoharley.com is cheaper..

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I too went with LRBs. Did both sets, maybe $100 total, shipped. haven't really put many miles on them, but so far I like them.
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