Reviewed By Deborah C (heron, MT) —5/27/2015 4:49 PM
Installed brakes on front end. It took out the pulsing. I recently towed the 5th wheel over Sherman pass. Brakes worked very well.
Reviewed By Wesley P (FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA) —5/27/2015 1:13 PM
I paired these with some Duralast shoes and pads on my 2006 GMC Sierra. Feels just like my OEM brakes so I'm very satisfied. The painted drums look better than the factory and I have about 2k miles on both. No squeaks or anything. Would definitely recommend these over expensive OEM brakes and over discount auto part store brands Ive used on previous vehicles.
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