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post #1 of 31 Old 09-06-2010, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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How long do your brakes last on 2008 and newer

Last i checked at 28,000 miles mine still looked new? What gives?

2008 F-350 lariat crew cab short bed dually 4x4 automatic 4.10 rear 36,000 MILES
2.5 spacers up front airbags in the rear and fox shocks all 4 corners
255/80/17 BFGoodrich mud terrain KM2's
11.5 to 15 mpg unloaded
7 to 11 mpg pulling the 5th wheel
18k drawtite sliding hitch

- SOLD 6/2014 with 70,000 miles Bought a 2015 Subaru WRX for a daily driver

Looking for a 2005 and up V10 4x4

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And i had a toylet tundra before this truck and before that a honda civic and those brakes were gone by 30000miles.

2008 F-350 lariat crew cab short bed dually 4x4 automatic 4.10 rear 36,000 MILES
2.5 spacers up front airbags in the rear and fox shocks all 4 corners
255/80/17 BFGoodrich mud terrain KM2's
11.5 to 15 mpg unloaded
7 to 11 mpg pulling the 5th wheel
18k drawtite sliding hitch

- SOLD 6/2014 with 70,000 miles Bought a 2015 Subaru WRX for a daily driver

Looking for a 2005 and up V10 4x4

2007 Keystone fuzion 40' 5th wheel toyhauler
2008 KTM 525XC quad
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These trucks were designed to tow heavy, so they have better brakes and pads.
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Well i have 7000 plus miles of towing a 18,000 pound 5th wheel, but that has 3 axles with strong brakes.

2008 F-350 lariat crew cab short bed dually 4x4 automatic 4.10 rear 36,000 MILES
2.5 spacers up front airbags in the rear and fox shocks all 4 corners
255/80/17 BFGoodrich mud terrain KM2's
11.5 to 15 mpg unloaded
7 to 11 mpg pulling the 5th wheel
18k drawtite sliding hitch

- SOLD 6/2014 with 70,000 miles Bought a 2015 Subaru WRX for a daily driver

Looking for a 2005 and up V10 4x4

2007 Keystone fuzion 40' 5th wheel toyhauler
2008 KTM 525XC quad
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I've got 59000 on my origional pads. The fronts will probably need changed in the next 10000.

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I bought my truck with 108,000 on it. I just turned over 168,000. I just had my tires rotated. They told me my rear pad were at 2mm. The truck is my daily driver + I tow a 12K 5th wheel several times a year. I have not changed the rear pads on this truck since I got it. The Front pads were changed last year. See my sig - Stock 4x4 suspension.


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I got about 60,000 front 80,000 back
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I have 30,400 miles on the factory brakes & they are still good

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I just put new pads and had the rotors turned at 103,000.

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70k here and new pads, still almost 50% left on them. I do tow a light 8000 lb trailer though

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