Reviewed By Mitch C (Durango, CO) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma —8/15/2017 8:42 PM
A great value, factory pads and rotors cost more EBC pads and rotors; easy to install. My truck feels like brand new, stops on a dime.
Reviewed By Bruce F (Appleton, WI) Reviewed for a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix —8/14/2017 5:33 PM
Only used these brakes for a couple days now, but so far they seem great. Brakes are very smooth on the pedal and make No noise. Set came with Rotors, Ceramic Pads, Clips, and grease. Parts came within a couple days and was packaged Awesome. Overall I would definitely buy these again as they were very reasonable for ceramic pads. The only complaint I have is that the clips seamed to be a little troublesome as the pads were very hard to seat inside the clips. Eventually I did get them in though.
Reviewed By DeWitt M (Beckley, WV) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —8/14/2017 6:23 AM
I haven't really driven many miles with these brakes on but what I have felt so far is great braking power and very smooth. The original brakes had gotten to where I felt like I wasn't getting the braking power that I needed even without pulling a load. These feel great.
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