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I've got 99 1500SE with attached daytona 2+ sidecar. Upon changing the rear brake pads I noticed the disk seemed to have alot of wear on it, the entire disk has a ridge on it approx. .100 deep. The rig only has 26,000 miles on it, is the OEM disk that soft or does the addition of the sidecare place that much more stress on the disk? The front disks seem to be fine with very little wear. The sidecar also has a disk brake with little wear on it.
What would be the best replacement disk for the rear?

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I had a 92 with 108,000 miles when I sold it and the rear disk was fine, my 98 SE had 50,000 on it and it was fine also. something might have get stuck between your pad and disk and caused the groove.
 

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Sorry about delay in reply, was out of town. Ok, kind of makes sense, I live off a dirt road and could see something get up there. The face of the pads were not smooth like normal wear but looked like something had eaten into them.
Any recommendations on replacement disk, OEM/Aftermarket?
 

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wingstuff sells a replacement disc for about $185 or so, other than that you'll have to get one from honda or ebay
 
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