Reviewed By S R (Edmonds, WA) —6/25/2017 10:45 AM
I put a pair of these on my wife's Toyota about a year ago and they have been perfect so I went ahead and put a pair on my Chevy van. So far they too are perfect. Great product at an amazing price.
Reviewed By William H (Middleburg, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 —6/24/2017 2:33 PM
I had a F250 that I put EBC sport rotors (slotted and dotted) with EBC ultra green pads. Sold that truck and now have a f150 that I just put these on. Good stopping power with the ultra green and they stay cool. The thing I really like about these rotors is that they are coated in black enamel so they don't rust on the area that doesn't contact the pads.
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