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post #1 of 6 Old 05-02-2013, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Is there an upgrade on brakes for the super duty. Bigger rotors and pads. Or is there just replacement parts
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post #2 of 6 Old 05-02-2013, 10:59 AM
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Use the search bar. Plenty of threads on this already
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Lots of people swear by the OEM pads and rotors from the threads I've read. When I had to get new pads, I went with Motocraft. I didn't need new rotors at the time since they could be turned down but if I did, I'd still go with OEM spec.

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Yup motorcraft. Mine lasted 95k miles and I wish I would have went back with motorcraft.


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I did a ton of research on this as well when I thought I was going to need new pads. Based on what I read I would go back with OEM. Seems like all the guys that went aftermarket found out that they made a bunch of noise, dust and wore faster with no big improvement in performance.
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I too did a lot of research OEM is the only way to go, 100,000 on original


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