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Old 01-05-21, 09:36 PM
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If you want your disk brake pads to last a long time, I recommend using a spray lubricant on your cassette and chain. I used a farm/industrial lanolin based lube called "Fluid Film". I liked it because it had no petroleum solvents. However, the overspray found its way to the rear brake rotor, and now all my braking is on my front wheel. It's a good thing I live in very flat terrain. I really need to replace those rear brake pads.

I recommend that you don't worry about the life of the brake pads. Just replace when necessary.
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