Date Added: Sunday 11 September, 2005
They fit and work OK, and they're cheap. One pad from each pair has a weird little handle on it, presumably to make it easier to fit on the inside of the caliper. They're a rather tight fit in the caliper once the anti-rattle clips are refitted (tip: use plenty of copper grease on the contact points with the clips), but the original Mazda backing pads from my almost-down-to-the-metal original pads went on OK and so did the "M" shaped springs. I haven't noticed much "bite" yet, but (a) the standard pads don't have much bite anyway and (b) this never becomes apparent until the new pads are bedded in after 100 miles or so. The rear brakes do very little compared to the fronts anyway.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]