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SOLD. I have a slightly used set of hawk 5.0 pads from DDMWorks. They have 300 miles on them. Only selling because I want something with less dust, so I just replaced with hawk ceramics from DDMWorks. Perfect shape. New $130 selling for $60 shipped in USA. PayPal for payment.


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General info regarding Hawk Brake Pads part numbers for inquiring minds:

The Hawk Brake pad part numbers work like this...

We will use the part number HB275S.620 as an example. The first 2 letters "HB" stand for Hawk Brakes. The next 3 numbers "275" correspond to the shape of the brake pad. The next letter "S" is the pad material/compound. The last 3 numbers after the "." are the thickness of the pads in inches. So a ".620" is .620" thick.

As for the pad material letters from Hawk, here is the breakdown -
F - HPS
B - HPS 5.0
Z - Ceramic
N - HP Plus
G - DTC60
V - DTC50
S - HT10
E - Blue
EE - Blue42
W - DTC30
M - Black
 

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The number on my box in pic is the right shape and thickness from hawk. Then u just pic compound . I just went to ceramic for less dust
 
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