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      03-30-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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Anyone had to grind their PF01s to fit the OEM calipers?

Getting ready for the track so I am putting in the PF01 pads I got for my OEM rotors. The rears fit fine but the front pads did not.

Specifically, the inner pad has a small flange that prevents the caliper from sitting right in the bracket. I just ground that beotch off and I'm good to go.

Anyone else have this issue?
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      03-31-2012, 08:06 AM   #2
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Getting ready for the track so I am putting in the PF01 pads I got for my OEM rotors. The rears fit fine but the front pads did not.

Specifically, the inner pad has a small flange that prevents the caliper from sitting right in the bracket. I just ground that beotch off and I'm good to go.

Anyone else have this issue?
Interesting - I did not have this issue. Might be a variance in manufacturing. I'll have to take a look at mine to see if there's anything on them Iike you describe.

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      03-31-2012, 08:41 AM   #3
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Interesting - I did not have this issue. Might be a variance in manufacturing. I'll have to take a look at mine to see if there's anything on them Iike you describe.

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The inner and outer pad shapes for the OEM pads are different...yet the PF 01s were the same.
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Inner and outer backing plates on my PFC's are different. Looks like your set was mispackaged.
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Yeah...mine I guess we're wrong. Either way, I busted out the grinder and went to town on them.
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