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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by bassfish1 View Post
    George what is the difference and why must they be Organic? I just had to change a set on my trailer.
    The metal in semi-metallic pads will rust and pads will fall apart
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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by shortstick View Post
    The metal in semi-metallic pads will rust and pads will fall apart
    What he said ^^^^


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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by bassfish1 View Post
    George what is the difference and why must they be Organic? I just had to change a set on my trailer.
    From what I've been told, semi metallic will rust causing your system to operate poorly and deteriorate faster.

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    #24
    Bought nad775 pads as listed above. Not even close to the correct ones! help!!!

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by bassmasher View Post
    Bought nad775 pads as listed above. Not even close to the correct ones! help!!!
    These
    https://www.pacifictrailers.com/prod...el-set-33008-9
    I don’t know what they translate to at your local auto parts store.

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    #26
    Is the hardware on the trailers metric or standard? Trying to put a travel tool kit together. Thanks


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    #28
    regarding hardware, i guess the answer would be both. 3/4 deep thin socket for lug nuts, 7 mm allen key for brake pads, standard sockets for calipers. Also don't buy the brake pads from Orielly's, they don't have the arch cut out for the rotor.

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    #29
    the 7 pin connector on your trailer is a 7 pin to 5 pin adaptor that plugs into the trailer. It will slowly stretch then all of the sudden you will realize the cover is dry-rotted and cracking in multiple spots. For most, an easy replacement part every four years. 5 or so it if splitting is OK before you change it.

    Exact part at eTrailer.com is A57CCB Description is 7 pole blade to 5 pole flat and length is 94.5

    You will need a 3/8oz socket to loosen the retaining screw that holds the cable to trailer.
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