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Ford F-150 Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Power Stop Truck & Tow Brake Kit Reviews


Super fast shipping and no issues!

Reviewed By Andrew P (HOMER CITY, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 —2/26/2015 6:15 AM

I orderd an led light bar from eBay a week before I ordered these and I still got these first. The packaging wasn't immaculate but the parts were and that's all that counts! I can not wait to see and feel how great they work on my truck. I had gotten hit right before I orderd these so the body shop put them on for me. Thank you AutoAnything I will use your company for everything for my truck!

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EBC Ultimax Slotted Rotors Reviews


2013 Fx 4 with 6"lift they will stop the truck with no hesitatio

Reviewed By Glen D (Arlington, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —2/18/2015 9:06 PM

I bought this truck brand-new install a 6"lift and 35's after installing 6" lift and big tires my truck had no stopping power OMG. I pull a 32 foot travel trailer and A 24 foot pontoon boat now this truck has no problem stopping even pulling trailers. Do yourself a favor get yello brakes and rotors you will love them.??they do put off a lot of brake dust and was a little bit noisy for about the first thousand miles.but the stopping power is on believable.I'm one of those incredibly fast drivers.

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Power Stop Brake Kit Reviews


Amazing on my f150

Reviewed By JASON S (LACEY, WA) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 —2/13/2015 10:19 PM

Completed front and rear sets with this product. Over 7k now and still doing its job. Been through light to heavy snow, rain, sand, dirt, high and low speeds. Recommend cleaning or buffing down the surface of the ceramic pads since they have a layer of glaze which causes slippage at first or you can go for a 25-35mph ride and constantly brake check until the slipping stops. I just used 1000 grit sand paper and gave the contact surface on the pads a quick buff then slippage never came back.

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