brake pad

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lackneramanda
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brake pad

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Post by lackneramanda » 8 years ago

I'm going to change my brake pad this weekend and I went to advance auto parts. They have wearever gold(Semi-Metallic),Bendix(Ceramic Pads),Raybestos, and performance friction.
Out of those brands which one is a good brand. I don't want to wait for shipping from a website because my brakes need to be changed.

Any suggestions would help. Thanks.

rlaggren
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Post by rlaggren » 8 years ago

Maybe do "Search" on this site. Don't recall if there was a brake thread, but that'd be how to find it.
82 Maxima wagon

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kassim503
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Post by kassim503 » 8 years ago

All of them work just fine, but I was not pleased with the hardness of the ceramics, they kinda chewed the up brake rotors
'83 maxima sedan, l24e, a/t, black

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lww
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Post by lww » 8 years ago

I'm a fan of Performance Friction. They're local to me and will put custom compounds on the pads for my race car! ;)

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