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Old 06-20-2008, 11:31 AM
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baer brakes

anyone tried these?
http://www.4wheelparts.com/Brakes/Br...6402&t_pl=6107
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Old 06-20-2008, 11:33 AM
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anyone tried these?
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i had bear brakes on my stang before..... im not even sure if they make a setup for our big trucks.... if you were going to upgrade your brake system just save your money for a good one like SSBC... you will not regret it
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SSBC is the way to go. Had em on 2 of my previous vehicles
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Are those baers custom fit though, I don't see anything about vehicle type.
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i had bear brakes on my stang before..... im not even sure if they make a setup for our big trucks.... if you were going to upgrade your brake system just save your money for a good one like SSBC... you will not regret it
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i just searched for brakes on the 4wheelparts page, it had all my vehicle info so i thought they fit it, but after i realized they are universal.
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Baer brakes is a joke!! They are made by PBR Austrilla and are the same front calipers that come on the Cobra Mustangs and the Corvettes just with their logo on them. They pass them off as custom and charge you more money for them. You can get the exact calipers from Ford or GM for less money. They do make a six piston caliper for street or race but charge big money for them. You would be better off buying a kit from SSBC,Brembo or wilwood and save yourself a bunch of money and get a high quality well engineered kit.
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