Reviewed By Kim S (Homosassa, FL) Reviewed for a 1991 Toyota Pickup —5/29/2015 5:16 PM
They're wonderful, my vehicle stops smoothly & quietly, a nice change from what I had before!
Reviewed By Edgar M (LOS ANGELES, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Mustang —5/29/2015 3:59 AM
Got this kit for my 08 Mustang Bullitt and I love it. The look that gives it is amazing and the stopping power is great also much better then stock. If your looking for a good investment stop tech got's it.
Reviewed By Eric J (LAKELAND, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota 4Runner —5/26/2015 10:58 AM
Local shops wanted ~$1200 for a 4 wheel brake job on my wife's 4Runner. I ordered this kit from AutoAnything for ~$400 and completed the installation in under 3 hours. The sales consultant confirmed that these were the correct brakes for the job and my wife is extremely happy with the end result. Thank you AutoAnything for the great parts at a great price.
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