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Old 08-14-19, 06:13 AM
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Originally Posted by terrymorse View Post
Kool-Stop salmon pads aren't softer. They are less prone to having abrasive junk embedded in their surface, which turns a brake pad into a rim sander.
Thought I had read it somewhere-and I had:
Kool Stop Salmon pads are softer and work better in the wet but, even being softer, their durability is very good so they last a long time in typical use. Kool Stop does offer pads that are half Black and half Salmon and are a compromise. Any Kool Stop pad is a good choice.

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