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Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Soft Lining Replacement

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Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
.34
Diameter:
1.46
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No
Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Soft Lining Replacement

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Brake lining "pucks" for your vintage Airheart 150x1 calipers. Choose soft or hard compound. Sold each.

  • 1.480” O.D. and approximately .402 thick
  • Puck is stepped inwards to set into the caliper piston
  • Wear area above the step is about .295”

Note: The soft pad will work best at cold temperatures but will not last as long as the hard pad. The hard pad will last longer but will not stop as well at cold temperatures, but will eventually out perform the soft pad under constant usage.

Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article.  Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.

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3 questions : 4 answers

1 answers

what is the diameter and depth of this puc

Don
Oceanside, CA
November 10, 2011

what is the diameter and depth of this puc

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November 11, 2011
Jason
107-30059000: 1.480” O.D. and approximately .402 thick Puck is stepped inwards to set into the caliper piston Wear area above the step is about .295” Recessed and countersunk center attachment hole in puck 107-30059006: 1.460” O.D. and approximately .326 thick Puck is stepped inward to set into the caliper piston Wear area above step is about .225” Recessed and countersunk attachment hole in center of puck
1 answers

What holds the soft puck in place on the 150x1 piston or the anvil?

nevadavic
Minden, NV
October 07, 2011

What holds the soft puck in place on the 150x1 piston or the anvil?

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October 07, 2011
John
The Airheart pucks are retained by different methods depending on the style of caliper used on. Some are retained by a screw in the center, others by two screws, and some are retained by the step around the edge allowing the puck to stay centered in the piston. In the last scenario the puck basically floats in the piston. For severe duty some customers lock tite the puck in the piston. Some of the Speedway replacement pucks have the countersunk holes and others do not. If your piston has screw retained pucks and the ones you receive do not you can actually drill and countersink the puck.
2 answers

I need to replace both sides on my caliper and I am not sure which to order, does it take 1 hard and 1 soft because the picyures shown are similar to both

subseajim
california
May 04, 2011

I need to replace both sides on my caliper and I am not sure which to order, does it take 1 hard and 1 soft because the picyures shown are similar to both

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May 09, 2011
clark
Yo will need to order (2) of the hard pads or (2) of the soft pads per caliper. The pads may differ somewhat in appearance, but they will interchange.
May 05, 2011
Wyatt
Selecting a pad style depends on how/where you use the vehicle. Is it for a race car that will see repeated braking that generates a lot of heat? If so, use the HARD pad. Or, is it a street driven vehicle that needs a compound that performs well when the rotor is cold (like most all street driven vehicles). If this is the case, use the SOFT pad. We do not recommend mixing and matching pad compounds on each caliper.
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  • Wear area above step is about .225”
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