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Best Hawk Brake Pads for Towing

Better Brakes for Bigger Vehicles
If you own a truck or SUV then you know that driving one is not like driving a car. Major characteristics like handling and braking are significantly different than that of a lighter car. Add a trailor loaded down with equipment, mulch, or maybe even another vehicle and you now have an extremely heavy object that needs more time to slow down. Lucky for us Hawk has come up with some brake pads that can handle the increased heat, and friction needs.

Hawk LTS Brake Pads
One of the most popular of all truck and SUV brake pads are the Hawk LTS Brake Pads. The LTS Brake Pads deliver up to 21% more stopping power over standard brakes and are great for light to moderate towing duty. The Hawk LTS Brake Pads use Hawks special Ferro-Carbon material that does more than increase stopping power, it actually creates low amounts of brake dust, and most of all resists brake fade. When your towing brake fade is one of the last things you want to have to worry about. The design of the Hawk LTS Brake Pads help produce practically noise free operation. As for pad and rotor longevity well the Hawk LTS Brake Pad isn't like other harsh brake pads. The LTS Pad was made with extended brake pad and rotor life in mind and will not chew up your brake rotors like bubble gum.

Hawk SuperDuty Brake Pads
When your truck or SUV is used for serious towing especially on mountainous roads with steep curvy downhill sections then we suggest you use the Hawk SuperDuty Brake Pads. The Hawk SuperDuty Pads offer even more stopping power and can handle the higher braking temperatures related the extra friction needed to slow down your truck or SUV. The Hawk SuperDuty Brake Pads are not for your everyday regular truck. These pads were engineered with technology used in heavy duty military applications, and are highly resistant to brake fade and was made specifically for applications that tow heavy payloads. The SuperDuty in the Hawk SuperDuty Brake Pads name means what it say.

Which Hawk Truck & SUV Pad is Right for you?
Before purchasing Hawk Brakes for your truck or SUV it is important to bring how you use your vehicle into the equation. If you do the occasional towing then the Hawk LTS Brake Pads is probably your best choice. If you use your truck or SUV for rigorous towing or haul on curvy downhill roads than get the high friction Hawk Superduty Brake Pads. It's always best to do your homework before buying brake pads for your truck or SUV.

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