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#556806 - 30/01/19 05:49 PM Brake pads & shoes
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Registered: 17/07/11
Posts: 405
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Porterfield USA have come back saying they cant find a listing for the pads you need, do you have a drawing or part number for them?


Porterfield are recommended on GoMog. I would like to try them on my 2011 4/4.
Anyone tried them & got any suggestions on part numbers etc.
Reason to try something different is my present shoes & pads loose all braking when very very wet.
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#557075 - 01/02/19 12:22 AM Re: Brake pads & shoes [Re: IcePack]
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Registered: 19/12/11
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Loc: Seattle, USA
Originally Posted By IcePack
Quote:
Porterfield USA have come back saying they cant find a listing for the pads you need, do you have a drawing or part number for them?


Porterfield are recommended on GoMog. I would like to try them on my 2011 4/4.
Anyone tried them & got any suggestions on part numbers etc.
Reason to try something different is my present shoes & pads loose all braking when very very wet.


I have used Porterfields for 20 years. Send a sketch of the pad and I mailed the rear shoes and they installed the lining. Be sure to tell Porterfield that You want Road shoes/pads not Race shoes/pads. If You are UK I think there are Suppliers. Check with "MULFAB".
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#557087 - 01/02/19 07:52 AM Re: Brake pads & shoes [Re: Button]
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Originally Posted By Button
Be sure to tell Porterfield that You want Road shoes/pads not Race shoes/pads.

If they make them in house, are they blue?
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#557089 - 01/02/19 07:54 AM Re: Brake pads & shoes [Re: BobtheTrain]
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Originally Posted By BobtheTrain
Originally Posted By Button
Be sure to tell Porterfield that You want Road shoes/pads not Race shoes/pads.

If they make them in house, are they blue?

An excellent tale! smile
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#557297 - 01/02/19 07:25 PM Re: Brake pads & shoes [Re: IcePack]
IcePack Offline
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Thanks Button. Yes I am in uk. That quote was from Porterfield uk.
Hopefully a picture will help them supply the correct ones.
I have heard good reports about them which you must concur after 20 years.
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#557722 - 03/02/19 05:10 PM Re: Brake pads & shoes [Re: IcePack]
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Originally Posted By IcePack
Thanks Button. Yes I am in uk. That quote was from Porterfield uk.
Hopefully a picture will help them supply the correct ones.
I have heard good reports about them which you must concur after 20 years.


Great. Make sure you buy the rears as well as the front pads. I get good service from Porterfield in California.
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