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post #1 of 11 Old 10-02-2007, 04:39 AM Thread Starter
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brake pads

any suggestions? is the pep boys or auto zone brand sufficient? i have stock rotors.

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we usually use wagners on customer cars. They are very quet and dont make much dust. We are very happy with them. I dont know if pep boys or autozone sells them.

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I got the platinum edition ones from Advanced Auto. They work pretty good.


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A lot of people say to use Hawks pads
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i second the Hawk pads but they work best with Powerslot rotors... ive never installed them by themselves
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hawks alone i noticed a difference, nothing huge.

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THOSE HAWKS ARE AWESOME...............

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A lot of people say to use Hawks pads
Got a set of these for my '06 King Ranch......gotta tell 'ya, it's a beautiful thing! You won't be disappointed! Got mine through "Auto Anything" website.

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Wagner thermo quit. This from a shop that does a LOT of brakes. O Reighly's carries them
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Oops, that was supposed to be "quite"
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I've got Hawk pads with powerslots. My truck stops faster then a sports car 1/2 it's weight now. I know this because I got brake checked LOL.

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