Reviewed By Douglas T (MELROSE, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Fusion —6/9/2016 10:03 AM
Best replacement option I found to replace my Ford OEM Front & Rear Brake parts
Reviewed By Robert R (SPARTA, NJ) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Fusion —5/5/2016 4:37 AM
After a couple of weeks (most of which were rainy), the brakes are still noticeably more responsive. No appreciable brake dust has accumulated, but I don't know how much the wet weather contributes to that. I did notice that the small clips provided to line the channel for the pad "ears" were very cheaply made. The old ones were stout enough to clip in and stay. These easily fell out, so I had to carefully seat the pads. A few cents more would have been well spent on clips that stay put.
Reviewed By Adrian A (EL PASO, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Fusion —2/1/2016 4:25 PM
I had time with the original brake pads, still had padding, but I was not going to let me wife drive 20 miles one way to work. I decided on these brake pads for the reviews and price, what a payoff, they work really well. A little longer to put on then expected, seems the 2010 Ford Fusion has more parts than an other car just to put brake pads. All in all very satisfied, you can tell the difference in stopping distance and power, thanks.
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