Reviewed By Anthony A (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —3/10/2017 6:06 AM
Replaced F/R brake on 2011 Sierra 1500, Centric brakes feel good and seem to be better than stock.Happy with product.
Reviewed By Eugene C (Dade City, FL) Reviewed for a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager —3/2/2017 2:42 PM
These drums arrived fast and the price for new ones were very good for me. I'm retired and on a budget. I haven't yet put them on the van. Still more parts to get. The 4 stars are just for appearances and quality. I'll try to re-review them after they are installed. I've also bought the shoes from AutoAnything. I'll let you guys know about them also. So far I'm happy with a thumbs up.
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