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Need some input from the dually owners for rear brakes

I am going to be doing my rear brakes in a few weeks and need some info/help. What do you guys like for brake parts, rotors, pads ,bearings,seals etc part numbers and where to find good deals would be greatly appreciated I am on a tight budget so I know cheap is not always good but if I can get a few years out of them I will be happy.

My parking brakes are not holding at all so I will need those as well. If there are any dealers/parts guys out there feel free to message me some prices.

My truck is a 00 f350 CC DRW 4x4

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-01-2014, 09:25 PM
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Smile rear brakes

try dfuser.com he is pretty good and ships quick
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There is a reason real super duty parts are expensive. Thats because of the high quality materials they are made of and required to make your truck perform properly. I only buy my brake parts from Ford. Unless you can find the exact part online. Thats why $170 Superduty brake pads last 10 years or more and $39 Autozone pads wear out in a year and your rotors warp. Just saying maybe you should check out the price for the right part and save up for a few more weeks so you have no regrets. Just a thought.
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agreed
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Thanks guys I will do some more looking and try to find as many OEM parts as I can to build/repair my brakes.
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i did 1a auto for my front, im srw but it was $110 for rotors and pads, put about 700miles on them so far and they are working nicely.

prob order my rears soon from them to, need to redo the ebrake back there to.

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