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post #1 of 2 Old 11-28-2007, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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New pads - a few choices out there

I need new pads on my front brakes. '03 6.0 PSD SC 4x4.

Any suggestions?

Also - how easy is it to change pads. I did it on my '02 VW Golf GLS TDI (yes its a diesel - what else would I drive?) - easy to install - is the process simular?
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Peice of cake. Someone correct me if im wrong(i change so many differant type of brakes i get them confused). You need to make sure you have the ford brake torx set of sockets. it makes it alot easier, then when you get your new brakes make sure there are anti rattle inside the box.

Also, it depends if your looking for an aftermarket set for some more performance then what factory offers, But usually semi metallic that you get at any oreilleys or auto zone are the same from the factory and they carry a lifetime warrenty, which comes in handy in the future when you need new sets, never have to buy them again.

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