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Pads for DMMWorks 4 piston calipers?

Does anyone have the (specific) specs on the HB100 pads that are supposed to go in the DDMWorks "upgraded" 4 piston calipers they no longer sell? There's about a thousand permutations of that pad available.....

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Are these the Wilwood brakes or a previous kit they offered? (Not familiar with their discontinued brake kits...)


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Are these the Wilwood brakes or a previous kit they offered? (Not familiar with their discontinued brake kits...)
These are the larger 4-pot calipers they offered circa 2008, not the current full-race kit. They were sourced from Outlaw Brakes in Georgia.

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Damn. Yea, no clue on those. Maybe @[email protected] might see this and know what they used.


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Damn. Yea, no clue on those. Maybe @[email protected] might see this and know what they used.
The "HB100" is just part of the pad part number. Hawk Brake pad part numbers would be something like this -

HB100F.620

The "HB" at the beginning means - Hawk Brake
The "100" is the pad shape, different pad shapes have different numbers
The "F" is the compound - each compound has a different letter
The ".620" is the pad thickness in inches, so these pads would be .620" thick

So just "HB100" by itself is just telling you the pad shape, then you have to pick which compound you want and then the pad thickness also to create the entire part number.

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So just "HB100" by itself is just telling you the pad shape, then you have to pick which compound you want and then the pad thickness also to create the entire part number.

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Yeah - the thickness part is where I'm falling down. What do you suggest? The set of pads I was supplied on purchase banged around in the calipers something fierce on even mildly aggressive stops (and I never got the "right sized" replacement set I was promised) - so I'm trying to insure that I get what is going to work in these without issue.

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