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FS-4 Brake Pads - FS-422

  • Part #:
    1913164
  • Mfg Part #:
    FS-422
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FS-4 Brake Pads - FS-422

  • Part #:
    1913164
  • Mfg Part #:
    FS-422
  • OEM/Ref#:
MSRP: $17.63

Price: $16.75 5% off!
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Factory Spec FS-4 Brake Pads - FS-422
  • Made by Factory Spec.
  • These regular duty brake pads are made of a semi-metallic compound.
  • Great all around use brake pads that offer the best value for riders.
  • Put less wear on brake rotors.
  • Unless otherwise noted, brake pads are offered in a pair.
  • Made in China

NOTE: All brake pads and shoes are sold in a set for one disc or drum - Order one set for each disc or drum on your ATV 

Front Only:

  • KX125 1983-85
  • KX250 1983-1985
  • KDX200 1986-92
  • KL250 KLR 1985-05
  • KX500 1983-85
  • KL600A KLR 1984
  • KL600B KLR 1985-86
  • KXT250B2 Tecate 1987
  • KLF300B Bayou 2x4 1988-04

Rear only:

  • WMX250 1989-90
  • FC501 1994
  • FC600 1994
  • WMX125 1990-91
  • WXE125 1990-91
  • CR250 1990-91
  • KL650 KLR 1987-05
  • WMX250 1990-91
  • WXE250 1990-91
  • WXE260 1991
  • WXE350 1991
  • WMX510 1990
  • WXE510 1990
  • WMX610 1991
  • WXE610 1991
  • KX125 1987-88
  • KX250 1987
  • KL250G Super Sherpa 2000-01
  • KX500 1987-88
  • KL650A KLR 1987-04
  • KL650B Tengai 1990-91
  • KTM 250/300E/XC/GS 1990-91
  • KTM 125/250/300/500MX/600 Enduro 1992-93
  • Maico/M-Star 500MX 1995

All other models NOT listed are for Front or Rear



Included Items:

(2) Brake Pads

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Specifications
Part #: 1913164
Mfg #: FS-422
Position Front
Position Rear
Type Brake Pad - Metallic
Units Set
Weight 0.35 lbs
UPC Code:
802024054393
Fitment for Factory Spec FS-4 Brake Pads - FS-422

Part 1913164 fits the following machines

Cagiva
  • WMX 250 1989-1990
Husqvarna
  • CR250 1990-1991
Kawasaki
  • KDX200 1986-1992
  • KL250 KLR 1985-2005
  • KL250 Super Sherpa 2000-2003
  • KL600 KLR 1984
  • KL600B KLR600 1985-1986
  • KL650 KLR 1987-1989, 1991-2007
  • KL650A KLR 1990
  • KLF300B Bayou 2x4 1988-2004
  • KX125 1983-1988
  • KX250 1983-1987
  • KX500 1983-1988
  • KXT250 Tecate 1985-1987
KTM
  • 125 EXC 1992-1993
  • 125 MX 1989
  • 250 EXC 1990-1993
  • 300 EXC 1990-1993
  • 500 MX 1989
  • 600 MX 1989
Yamaha
  • YFM300G Grizzly 2012-2013
  • YFM90R Raptor 2010-2013

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I need front and rear pad kits. Please help me get correct parts?
A shopper on Jun 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These pads worked on the rear wheel of my KLR but don't fit on the front wheel. Wrong style
Do I order two sets for front and rear?
Dan G on May 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: yes
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Finish
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Would you recommend this product?
No
Can't Handle Forest Roads, Comes Apart -KLR650
Purchased and installed on a KLR650 just before going on vacation in the Southern Rockies in New Mexico.

After less than 150 miles (3 days) of "rough" forest service roads around Angel Fire, the rear brakes sounded/felt wrong. Pulled over on side of trail to check it out and discovered the pad of "friction material" that is adhered to the metal backing plate was missing from the outer (larger) pad. The inner/smaller pad was fine, but whatever adhesive they use on these didn't stand up to the test. The only thing left of the outer brake pad was the copper looking metal backing plate that would rub on the disc whenever I used the rear brakes.

Was able to nurse the bike back to a main/paved road for about 12 miles using only the front brake and low gear engine braking.

Not happy, basically missed out on 4 riding days on my vacation because of these cheap brake pads (800 miles from home). Have to invest in a new set of pads plus a new rear disc too.

I wouldn't waste my money on these "bargain" pads again. I will be spending the extra $20 more and get a quality set.

If able, I will revise with a picture.
September 7, 2018
Finish
3 / 5
Fit
3 / 5
Value
1 / 5
Wear Life
1 / 5
Would you recommend this product?
No
Lasted 150 miles on KLR
Spend the extra $20 and get a quality set.

Put these $12 set on rear before vacation. After 150 miles on forest service roads, the friction pad fell off and all I had left was the metal backing plate. I assume they use some type of adhesive, which didn't hold up.
September 9, 2018
Clear Lake, IA