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High Lifter Front Premium Brake Pads - 2016-19 Polaris Brutus HD | HD PTO

Polaris Brutus HD PTO Front Brake Pads

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Item #: 5SBSS-85-10016
Brand: High Lifter

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Product Description

Applicability: 2016-19 Polaris Brutus HD and Brutus HD PTO

All vehicles on the face of the planet will have to continually have the brake pads replaced. These are considered wear parts that eventually tire out after so many miles of use. However, when it comes to offroad vehicles, this is a whole different world of wear. Traveling on unpredictable topography comes with many stops and goes putting tons of stress on the brake assembly. This is why these Brutus HD Front Premium Brake Pads by High Lifter are a great stock alternative for your rig.

These particular UTV brake pads are intended for those who aren't confined to dry, calm conditions. They are formed with high-tolerant, high-friction synergetic materials using cutting-edge technology that increase structural integrity significantly. The side-by-side brake pads are sintered with no asbestos and no heat build-up, which works quite nicely in conjunction with the OEM disc. You can expect decreases in wear rate and increases in function even in extreme climates and terrain conditions. All Polaris Brutus brake pads will wear, but how often are you wanting to deal with that wear? Shop Side By Side Stuff for quality, long-lasting, affordable, aftermarket maintenance and rebuild parts for your Brutus PTO.

  • High friction coefficient
  • Steady brake performance in extreme temperatures and wet conditions
  • No heat buildup
  • Low wear rate and very durable
  • Low noise and comfortable “brake feel”
  • Disc friendly
  • No asbestos
  • Kit includes one (1) set of front left OR right brake pads

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