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are POLARIS PHOENIX and polaris sawtooth break pads the same? dose anyone know where i can get a set of pads for cheap?

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i found a web site atv unlimited thats where i found them places wanted 44.00 for a set one side and they had both sides for 33 dollars thanks for the help

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i found them on e-bay go look for them theyhttp://stores.ebay.com/ATVUNLIMITED_Controls-Cables-Brakes-Rotors_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZ1QQfsubZ5QQftidZ2QQpZ3QQtZkm

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