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post #1 of 3 Old 02-18-2014, 05:54 PM Thread Starter Fanatic
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Brake upgrade for towing

I've looked on here and havent seen a post of anyone upgrading there braking system. I have an 06 f350 dually and tow alot. I was thinking of upgrading to some drilled and slotted rotors and better brake pads. Has anyone done this already and can offer some advise on brands and results?

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Slotted good, drilled will crack.

I did a pad upgrade on my F350, but kept the same rotors.

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TCE sells bigger rotors (huge) with wildwood calipers for a pretty penny. That about the only investment worthwhile. Focus on making your trailer brakes better that will be cheaper and pay higher dividends

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