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|Abutment Hardware Included:||No|
|Friction Material Thickness, Inner Pad:||0.591 in|
|Friction Material Thickness, Outer Pad:||0.591 in|
|Front or Rear Brakes:||Front|
|Pad FMSI Number:||7298C-D611|
|Pad Shims Included:||Yes|
|Pad Wear Sensor Included:||Yes|
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Q:Hello, I am curious why the QC611 pad has a much smaller braking surface than other pads for this application? The chamfered edges reduce the surface braking area and it is only after the pad is more than half worn will this product make use of the entire material that's bonded to the steel backing. Are you just trying to sell more pads or is this material so advanced that you don't need that much braking surface area? It extends above the outside of the rotor and there is at least a quarter of an inch of space at the inside of the rotor that the pad doesn't cover. So between the material that has been cut away and the material that has been chamfered it appears that a good 25% of braking surface has been eliminated. It is my opinion that there is not enough braking surface and this pad is not only not safe but dangerous. There is no way this product is designed for a 95 T100 4WD front brake and it should be pulled from the shelves before it causes damage and or death.
A:The reason is noise. The chamfered pad causes less chattering and squealing. Your original pad on your T100 looked like that too, and probably lasted 80k miles.