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2003 Ford Expedition Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Hawk LTS Brake Pads Reviews


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Reviewed By JOSEPH L (HENDERSON, NV) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Expedition —8/27/2016 10:46 PM

Great pad. No noise, bedded quick. No dusting noticed yet. On my SUV for a week. The wife is very pleased. Will most likely get them for my Silverado when its due. I thought the price was a bit on the high end, but when you see the meat on the pads you'll understand why. I like the product.I'm sold!

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Power Stop OEK Ceramic Brake Kits Reviews


Power Stop OEK Ceramic Brake Kits

Reviewed By Richard J M (CAROLINA, PR) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Expedition —11/4/2014 5:08 AM

Parts were well-boxed and arrived in a timely fashion. All required parts were included, and pad and rotor installation went smoothly. Result is that these are the best brakes that this 2003 EXPD has ever seen. Wife states that brakes are better than when the EXPD was new.

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Power Stop Cross Drilled and Slotted Rotors Reviews


Power Stop Rotors - 2003 Ford Expedition

Reviewed By Daniel B (Woodbury, MN) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Expedition —10/20/2009 3:48 PM

I installed the power stop rotors with Hawk LTS pads two weeks ago. The rotors were an exact fit and run smoothly. Bedding the pads with agressive stops demonstrated improved braking, however it was difficult to be certain of an improvment over the OEM brakes since the ABS gets activated in hard stops. No warping occurred after more than ten agressive stops from 45 MPH even though it was obvious that the brake pads were throughly warmed up. Changing Ford Expeditions rotors is not easy because they are often solidly rusted to the hubs. I needed a gear puller and MAPP gas torch to remove mine.

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