Reviewed By Joe M (ERLANGER, KY) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Fusion —7/18/2017 10:17 PM
I was very happy with quick shipping and availability. The prices were better than major competitors as well.
Reviewed By john c (ALBUQUERQUE, NM) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram —7/18/2017 5:19 PM
simple words !! perfect , Awsome , Great performance , can not wait to install the front set. Rear set ? Ram 1500 with HEMI !! stops when I require it !! Simple ? I like them and I am installing in the front . These Brakes are on my Truck . Simple , I Trust them !!!!
Reviewed By Charles A (Franklin, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-150 —7/18/2017 7:55 AM
OK they are great looking and they fit right except the studs in the rotors for the front are to big for the stock lug nuts and you don't know this until middle of install. Who would have thought they would not be the same I wouldn't think that I mean why would you they are supposed to fit my vehicle so with that being said I would definitely take them to a shop and have them installed if I was to do it again not a job for you and your buddy in the garage on a Sunday.
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