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Titan Disc brakes 2 months 1 week ago #1

Has anyone measured the temperature of your discs after traveling and doing a stop at a rest area. Mine seem pretty hot 175-190 degrees.

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Titan Disc brakes 2 months 1 week ago #2

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Elliott..

I check mine at each stop ever since I had a caliper hang up years ago.. Depending on the road temps and if it's sunny I get from 120 - 170/180 . .

I was never really sure where they should be, I just figured I would make sure they are all about the same, within 5 degrees or so..

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Titan Disc brakes 2 months 1 week ago #3

The reason I asked was that I also checked my truck discs and they were at 80 degrees, but they are a lot bigger.

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