Reviewed By David S (Silverdale, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Scion xB —3/3/2015 11:59 PM
Just make certain to purchase the tool for the rear brakes. Purchase the brake grease. Watch the YouTube videos.
Reviewed By Jaime G (OCEANSIDE, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Mazda 3 —3/3/2015 8:12 AM
I replaced my original factory pads with 160K miles on them with these and I chose them mostly out of price and less for performance, and it claimed to be quiet. They are quiet and very easy to modulate with excellent feel all the way to the limit. I was pleasantly surprised. I have driven about 300 miles and they are quiet if a bit dirty but still very liveable for daily commuters. A definite worthy upgrade from the OEM pads.
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