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Airheart Brake 175H, Hard Lining Replacement

Specs
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
.40
Diameter:
1.61
GTIN Code:
Notes
Countersunk retaining screw holes are at 11/16" from edge, and 3/8" from edge.
Airheart Brake 175H, Hard Lining Replacement
Airheart Brake 175H, Hard Lining Replacement
Airheart Brake 175H, Hard Lining Replacement

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Brake "pucks" or caliper pads for your vintage Airheart 175H series calipers. Pucks sold each.

  • Measures 1-5/8" O.D.
  • Has an inside step approx 1-1/2" O.D.
  • There are (2) countersunk screw holes in the pad for attachment.
  • Hard - Used on aluminum & steel rotors. The best pad to use on aluminum rotors. Very little metallic. Longer rotor & pad life. Excellent street pad.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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t-bucket
Verified Purchaser
La Quinta, Ca.

Brake puc's

December 20, 2015
Nice to find a replacement part for an older product
Pros:
  • they fit
  • Quality Material
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Don
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linden nc

I would buy this product again

February 19, 2012
Good service and tec support
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

What size screws are used for retention of these pads? I received these pads expecting them to come with replacement screws but they didnt my old pads and calipers have the screws frozen in place / dont want to come out so i would prefer to just get new flathead screws with lock-tite that is correct. The pads from Airheart say they come with screws but the pad kits are more expensive.

ScottS
Portland, OR, USA
December 11, 2014

What size screws are used for retention of these pads? I received these pads expecting them to come with replacement screws but they didnt my old pads and calipers have the screws frozen in place / dont want to come out so i would prefer to just get new flathead screws with lock-tite that is correct. The pads from Airheart say they come with screws but the pad kits are more expensive.

Answers

December 12, 2014
EricM
The screws that attach the brake pucks are #10 - 24 thread.
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Do these pucks have the hole drilled in the middle to attach the small screw through the center? All four of mine have holes in the middle. thanks, Ryan

Monkey
Owasso, OK
August 31, 2011

Do these pucks have the hole drilled in the middle to attach the small screw through the center? All four of mine have holes in the middle. thanks, Ryan

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September 01, 2011
Jason
Measures 1-5/8" O.D. Has an inside step approx 1-1/2" O.D. There are (2) countersunk screw holes in the pad for attachment. One hole is towards top of pad and other is 1/8" from being centered in pad
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I purchased the 175h airheart hard pads and drilled steel rotors. they squeal almost all the time at low speed and during braking. is there a solution for that? could it be they are glazed?

jinxed
manchester. ny
September 30, 2016

I purchased the 175h airheart hard pads and drilled steel rotors. they squeal almost all the time at low speed and during braking. is there a solution for that? could it be they are glazed?

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September 30, 2016
John
Expert
You can try Brake Quiet spray or paste on the back of the pads, scuffing the pads if glazed may help, and going to the soft pads is commonly what many use. They do create more brake dust is the only issue.
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