Reviewed By Peter P (Kirkland, WA) —7/27/2017 2:20 PM
They seem good, we'll see how they hold up
Reviewed By Matthew T (Escondido, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma —7/25/2017 10:42 AM
Installed these rotors (125.44109) on my 2003 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner. The most difficult part of the install was getting the old rotors off. I matched them up with some Centric 105.0436 Posi-Quiet Ceramic Brake Pads. Braking is great (have had them on three months so far). One of my two rotors had a mark/scratch on them, but it was fairly minor and hasn't caused any problems.
Reviewed By Tim F (WOODBURY, MN) Reviewed for a 2006 Hyundai Elantra —7/25/2017 5:17 AM
This was my first experience with Drum Brakes. The installation was very straight forward after watching a YouTube video. My only struggle was getting the drum back on after installing the new brake shoe assemblies. The second tire was much easier than the first. Overall it was a pretty simple job.
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