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Old 05-30-2012, 03:09 PM
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06 Brakes

My 2006 F250 needs new front brakes. I have over 97K on them and it's time to go. I am putting on Motorcraft brakes (since i got that much out of the orginal set). Looking for some input on putting them on. I have done brake jobs before, but not on this truck. Looking for pics, tips, and techniques that you guys have learned along the way.
I tow a 10,000 lb camper at least 15-20 times per year and am running 285 75R 17 BFG AT KO's.
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Old 05-30-2012, 07:04 PM
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I replaced my 06's pads last year. Got about 80,000 out of them. They could of went a little longer,but it was getting into summer and I do a good bit of towing so I changed them. I will not use anything other then Motorcraft as well. I see no point of putting cheap pads and have to change them twice as fast.
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no tricks or tips. all the same.

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