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Old 01-10-2018, 06:10 PM   #1
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I have 2010 Tour with 95000 miles on it should I be thinking of changing brake pads. I am about to change the tires after the winter
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Old 01-10-2018, 06:57 PM   #2
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I’ve ridden a motorcycle for 30 years. I’ve owned campers for 30 years. I apply the same philosophy to both... I don’t wait until a vital component “fails” as it might mean catastrophe for me, or for unsuspecting victims around me (which would be even worse than something happening to me, since I would have a warning and they would not). If they’ve worked for 95k and you’re in the area to change the tire, go safe and change them out. They have served you well. Don’t wait for them to fall off, or what could be pro-actively “managed” becomes a “crisis.” Our best decision-making usually doesn’t happen during the chaos of the crisis. IMHO.
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I will have them checked when I replace the tires
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