Brake Pad Identification

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EathanR
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Brake Pad Identification

Post by EathanR »

Hopefully someone can help identify these brake pads for me. Have 11 boxes, my dad can't remember where he got them from, and I havent found anything on the Internet. Presumed to be French.
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Gibbo2286
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Re: Brake Pad Identification

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Can't help, I've never seen any with that backing...……………..but I've only been in the trade for 70 years :-D
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Re: Brake Pad Identification

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Being small land square they reminded me of Dunlop disc brake pads but I haven't been able to find their exact match.

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Re: Brake Pad Identification

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The maker has a Facebook page maybe a question there might help.

https://www.facebook.com/metalfrensrl/


Ps. their phone number listed is in Argentina.
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