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Jitse hs33 pads

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Anyone used these yet? 

 

I got a set but taking ages to bed in on the rearand so quiet! just wondering if anyone else has the same experience yet? 

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I was told they were decent, but quiet.

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I've been using the Jitsie pads on the rear for 3 months now and they are some of the best pads I've used, at least on par with TNN LGM and Coust in my opinion. Funny, I've actually found them to be some of the loudest pads I've used as well, a bit higher pitched noise than most pads, but still quite a squeal. I'm running them on a Trialtech Carthy rim FWIW.

In my experience, the quality of the grind (and rim material to some extent) can make as much if not more difference than what pads you're running though.

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Sweet thanks for the feed back! Did they take long to bed in ? 

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For me they didn't have to bed in at all, worked amazing immediately, but I did have a fresh grind the same time I put them on the bike.

Not sure why yours would be taking longer to bed in, but as with any pad, make sure they are hitting the rim as squarely as possible and the rim is free of contaminants.

Edited by Ross W.

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i had them on front but when was doing up to fronts they would slip as taking forever to bed in. stuck my rockmans back up front and locks and holds lovely 

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