You shamed me into replacing them, but I insist on purchasing them.
You have been so helpful on CF to so many people, I'd be embarrassed to accept.
I'll PM you.
This reminds me of a guy I used to work for many years ago.
One of the brake cylinders on his old 1960's vintage VW bus started to leak and made a mess of the lining, but instead of buying
a set of brake linings and cylinders, he went to a junk yard. He bought ONE brake cylinder and picked up a brake shoe out of the dirt next to the donor bus.
When the yard guy asked what he was doing with the old brake shoe, my boss mentioned how the brake lining got fluid on it. He tried to talk my boss into doing it the right way, but being of (thrifty) Scotch ancestry my boss would have none of that.
The yard man just rolled his eyes and gave him the shoe.
Later, my boss told me how smart he had been to get the shoe for free !
The end of the story? Every other cylinder AND the master cylinder eventually had to be replaced along with all the linings.
I wanted to tell him that would happen, but I was just a twenty something at the time.