Is there a difference in clutch pads?

DAMIEN1307

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We pay more in Canada.
Yeah, I kinda figured that...I remember the last time I was up in Toronto though...Went out for drinks, (When I used to drink) and a nice Prime Rib dinner at the Governor Massey Inn in downtown Toronto and couldn't believe how cheap it was for me paying with American currency there...They actually preferred to be paid in USA dollars rather than Canadian currency...lol...And the Canadian Whiskey drinks that I used to drink were HUGE...They called them "Keg" drinks...lol.
 

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...and it has a postage sized screen with no keyboard and a wonky-arced computer that autocompletes completely unrelated words, etc... etc... etc...

A phone is a phone. And most cell phones can't even do that reliably STILL.

Ready for this... I still... to this day... do not own a cell phone. Well.. technically I do... the wife has one... my son has one... but not I! When i am gone... LEAVE A MESSAGE (on my LAND LINE!).

Cell phones are little crapboxes that truly are half-arced at doing just about anything (EXCEPT photos... they are good cameras!)

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I don't know. I find my phone is much easier to use than my laptop is. Back to the clutch pads. About how often do they need replaced?
 

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Back to the clutch pads. About how often do they need replaced?
I once changed out some clutch pads on one of my bikes at around 3000 miles even though they were still working if thats of any help to you.

YMMV...I tend to pedal assist a little and I'm pretty good with a clutch, even on cars, I never used to eat them up like so many others do...lol.
 
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