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    Default Brake pad repair...

    My son's bike brake pad was rubbing the wrong way all year long & this year it wore down uneven to where it was exposed metal on metal...I looked around & found some old rubber, & used my tire repair kit to patch the rubber onto the old brake pad...it sealed, & then for extra mesure I used RTV silicone sealant to fully bond the rubber to the brake pad, & let it sit for 24 hrs. Well, I got to inspect it today & it seems SOLID...So, should you be in ineed of brake pad repair, try old rubber sealed on with cement (insuring you still have pad to seal onto)& then some RTV silicone...& if push comes to shove, I am sure that RTV silicon would work in a pinch...

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    Break is very important for any vehicle. We must take care or check it before going for ride. So that you are safe.

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