We’re sorry. The information you have requested is temporarily unavailable.
Hawk HPS Brake Pads Part #HB477F.610 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joseph M (Encinitas, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota 4Runner — Aug 26, 2008 5:11 PM
These are great pads. They made a HUGE difference in stopping over the factory pads. They are quiet and strong. I put them on my corvette and loved them so much I am puttng them on my other cars.
Reviewed by Joseph M J (Fargo, ND) — Oct 07, 2006 6:58 AM
I just installed the Hawk LTS rear brake pads on my '01 Toyota Sequoia and they haven't made a sound and provide maximum stopping power in my opinion. I have the Hawk super duty brake pads up front and they have approximately 60% life left after 80K miles. There are a lot of highway miles included in those 80K miles but I was still surprised to find the super duties holding up that well. From my experience with the super duty pads I expect the LTS model pads to give me great service life and provide maximum stopping power. The reason I didn't go super duty for the rear brakes was because I was advised that the super duty series sometimes are noisy (something I was not aware of) while the LTS series are never noisy. My front super duties produce no noise what so ever but I decided not to press my luck and went with the LTS series.
Ships Between 5/01 - 5/03
- What Do You Drive?
- Part #:HB477F.610
- 0.61 in. Thickness
- brake pads, 1996 240sx
- ebc yellow stuff pads ford f 250 1999 dp41603r
- hawk lte pads
- bmw brake rotors
- brake pads saab 2004
- mercedes benz brake pads and rotors replacement cost
- recommended front brake pads for magnum
- rotors 2005 navigator
- brakes for gmc 2500hd
- custom automobile covers
- custom car bras vehicle
- mats for vehicles