UFP Organic Disc Brake Pads for DB-35 Disc Brake Calipers 33008, 33009
Organic, UFP Trailer DIsc Brake Pad set for use with DB-35 Disc Brake Calipers. Durable, long lasting organic brake pads are able to withstand high temperatures, maintaining their strength and integrity for longer than either NAO or semi-metallic models. Great for marine and salt water applications.
- Provide superior performance for more consistent braking
- Withstand high temperatures without becoming malleable or worn
- Resists corrosion
- Trailer brake pad set includes 2-Inner Pads #33009 and 2-outer pads #33008. Replacement pads for 2-calipers.
NOTE: 33008, 33009 UFP DB-35 Disc Brake Pads must be replaced when 3/32" (.094) or less of the pad friction material is left.
PRODUCT BULLETIN: The clip on the inner pad (#33009) is NOT required for proper braking function. Depending on stock and suppliers, pads may or may not come with this clip. Testing has determined the pad clip to be unnecessary.
Pads are interchangeable (inner and outer).
Organic, UFP Trailer Disc Brake Pad set for use with DB-35 Disc Brake Calipers. Durable, long lasting organic brake pads are able to withstand high temperatures, maintaining their strength and integrity for longer than either NAO or semi-metallic models. Great for marine and salt water applications.
Fit like a glove. Hope they work as well. Havent used yet
Fit just like originals. We will see how they hold up. I travel alot
Thanks your team was great help 👍
Stock brake pads separated from mounting plate and broke in half. Going to have to keep my eye on these new pads see how long they last? Pads were a direct replacement db35 thanks Pacific trailers for shipping them out and getting my order correct!
Tne received pads were different than those on my trailer. I returned them and got reimbursed very quick. Good company to do business with.
I have had trouble with these pads breaking done after a couple years and only 2,000 miles on the trailer--they separated, the pad from the backing plate, I do put the trailer into salt water but religiously rinse off the disc brakes--these were the original pads from a new trailer in 2012 that went bad--since then I have changed every 2 years but they look like new when I change them so it seems a waste to change so often out of fear of failure again---maybe they had some bad ones back then and now they are better, maybe they got hot but I don't think so, I don't go far, maybe the salt effected them.
I have a buddy with same trailer, similar weight boat, his Kodiak pads went 7 years and wore down to nothing left but never separated---
I'm not too sure how good these UFP pads are--wish they were like the Kodiaks
Great fit and fast shipping. But your email to get 10% for your first order never came.
Great customer service!