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post #1 of 10 Old 03-03-2012, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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Mortorcraft super duty pads

This is for anyone that is wondering on what pads to choose from for there rig. I have an 04 cc f-250 long bed and I had installed a set of powerstop front brake pads on by truck. Most horrible pad I've ever used. I drove it around for about a month then decided to switch the pads. I installed a set of motorcraft super duty pads on and now that truck will stop on a dime. These are definitly the only pads I'll use on my truck for now on. Also by the way I pull a 38 ft fifth wheel with my rig so for any one that is looking at a way to slow there truck and trailer down this is the way to go.
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Definitely agree with you there. I replaced the pads all the way around for under $100 and have zero complaints.
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I found the Toyota factory pads work better, last longer, make less noise and leave less dust on the wheels than any of the aftermarket pads I've tried.

No surprise that the Ford factory pads are the ticket here too.

Thanks for the info.

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I've got the blue super duty pads in the rear of my truck. My biggest thing is how a pad wears into a rotor. After 20k the pads are still like new and the rotor surfaces look great.

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Not to mention the motorcraft pads have a lifetime warranty on them

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Do you guy happen to have a part number for these pads front and rear on the 05-07???

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Mine isn't a 6.7, its a 2000 with a 7.3, however i imagine the concept is the same. I run Auto Zone duralast golds with a lifetime guarantee. No issues at all. I've logged over 10,000 miles towing a GN grossing over 20,000 lbs, plus probably 10-15,000 normal driving miles on the same set of pads. Still plenty of lining left and they stop the truck well.

On a side note, besides the warranty not being transferable to a new owner and them making the assumption that people aren't like me that will run a vehicle til it is worth nothing but scrap metal, putting a lifetime guarantee on wear parts is beyond me. Clutches, brake pads etc. I'm not complaining though.

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Wagner thermo quiets on every vehicle I've ever owned or driven and no issues with anything. Ran hawk pads on my dodge one time and while they stopped great they were noisey and dusty.

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I have tried a few. HIGH END stuff, cheap stuff, Ford stuff.

Do not stray from Ford pads on these trucks.

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