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  1. Bill's Avatar
    I agree, Veteran. Ferodo 2500 have worked well for me too for street and track. Have not tried 3500 on the front yet as others do at the track. Maybe if I ever get fast enough and brave enough with late braking, I'll try them.

    Thanks for sharing your success grinding them for the rears. I've been meaning to try it. Glad to hear it doesn't take long. What diameter grinding wheel did you use?

    As others have comment on the Noble-Rossion Forum, it works to use fronts on the back. As long as you watch to make sure there's adequate clearance with the rear disc/drum, it doesn't cause a problem. But your approach of griding them is more elegant.