Please select make, model and yearBrake Pads
Some things on your quad’s maintenance schedule simply can’t be neglected. While they only need to be replaced on an as-needed basis, changing out your ATV’s brake pads is a must when the time comes. Brake pads allow you to achieve the stopping power you need. Without brakes, your four wheeler is just a catastrophe waiting to happen.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we carry multiple brands of brake pads, including EBC, Galfer, Pro X, Tusk and more. But we don’t just carry multiple names, we also stock pads made out of different compounds.
Carbon ATV brake pads offer excellent stopping power. In many cases, they perform better than pads made with sintered metal, and they usually cost less too. However, they tend to wear out faster. And if you enjoy riding in mud, it’s best to avoid carbon brake pads – mud wears them out quickly.
Sintered metal ATV brake pads wear well, and while they may not grant the same stopping power, they last longer than their carbon cousins. This is due to their metallic properties. However, they also tend to cause increased wear on the rotor. So while you won’t be changing out your brake pads as frequently, you will be changing out the rotor sooner than you would otherwise.
Regardless of your choice, you know that you’re getting a great deal from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We offer our ATV brake pads at the lowest price in the industry. Take a look at our selection now.
DENNY in CA
After 100 or so miles stopping power remains excellent. Have noticed the front pad friction noise (relaxed position, no brake application) to be omitting a light metallic sound when freewheeling on the stand where the OEM pads did not. Maybe just a by-product of the sintered metal?Read All Reviews
LUCAS in ID
I've run these pads in the past with great success, but the last 2 sets I've installed howled from the beginning and wore super fast. Last weekend I installed a used set of neutron pads I've had in my toolbox for spares (for a couple years) and guess what? No howling and there was still pad left after the race.Read All Reviews
James in Colorado
I have been using Galfer pads for years. They are the best I have found. I just bought a set for my new bike, and wouldnt be writing this, but the people that say they get 'glaze' need to break in the pads correctly. All brake pads need to be 'bedded' or you will have issues. Get on the interenet or call your local repair shop if you dont know what you are doing...Read All Reviews