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Brake pads for American Classic or Interloc Racing rims(3 posts)

Brake pads for American Classic or Interloc Racing rimsPaulNYC
Jun 24, 2003 2:34 PM
I am buying a new set of wheels with IRD cadence rims, and I was wondering which brake pads to get. What do those of you living in the Wet northeast with AC or IRD rims use?

thanks,
Paul
re: Brake pads for American Classic or Interloc Racing rimsEric_H
Jun 24, 2003 3:17 PM
I live in the wet NW, but I do not use either of these rims. I have found the Kool-Stop pads offer the best stopping power with the least amount of rim wear. The salmon pads are very good for wet weather.
re: Brake pads for American Classic or Interloc Racing rimsrussw19
Jun 24, 2003 9:43 PM
I have a set of American Classic 420's on my Campy bike.. I use the normal Campy Pads and they are fine. Otherwise I have Aztec F1 pads on my Dura-Ace bike.. they are just as good and cheaper.

Russ