Reviewed By Daniel R (Chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC Sierra —1/21/2015 8:22 PM
Installed brake pads a week ago. Fast and easy install.
Reviewed By Scott G (SANGER, CA) —1/19/2015 9:23 PM
I currently have HPS Brake Pads on my F250 and my Mustang GT. They stop the vehicles far better than the OEM Motorcraft pads I've always used with no noticeable fade. Warm them up, and they just get better. AutoAnything, with their generous discounts and free shipping, has been my supplier for Brake Pads and Rotors four times now.
Reviewed By adam s (FOLSOM, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota 4Runner —1/17/2015 1:26 AM
After researching for days on brake pads, the forums seemed to positively review the Hawk brand, and they were well reviewed by friends who have them on their Tundra and STI. I broke them in properly, but it still seemed to take a few days of normal driving before they didn't feel weak right out of the garage. Now that they've been on for a couple of weeks, they're showing significant stopping power over the OEM pads. This will give me the braking confidence I need for my offroad trips this year
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