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Christian OP wrote at 2016-06-30 09:43:14
After a great deal of experience I've gone through with brakes I am led to suspect that the chamfered edges are simply to allow more dirt to enter the created crevice brake/pad and therefore more abrasion, leading to purchase of more pads and discs, not mentioning the reduced amount of material obvious with the chamfered pads in the first place.  

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Christian Boyce


Extensive knowledge of cars designed between 1900 and 2000. I have an interest in keeping these early cars on the road - I love the classics and want to keep them around. I'M BACK!. A LOT of reasonably classic cars are going TO SCRAP with no good reason. I want to stop that. If it's cool and you're having trouble with it, just ask. Also I'm looking for a job. I can do bodywork too. Not welding yet. Everything else and more though.


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