Reviewed By Chuck H (South Bend, IN) Reviewed for a 2016 Jeep Cherokee —11/19/2016 7:31 AM
They seem to work a lot better than stock pads .
Reviewed By Michael W A (Livingston, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler —11/18/2016 4:32 AM
Have used Hawk before with good success. This time the problem was which ones to install, there are several levels now. Picked the HPS 5.0 based on how the vehicle is most used. The factory jeep ceramic pads were a little short on stopping ability. The Hawk improved the stopping ability and balanced out the front to rear pitch. The stock pads on the rear were worn out at 50,000 miles and the front were about 50%. Glad I chose Hawk, no noise or pull.
Reviewed By Jeremy J (Kent, WA) Reviewed for a 1996 Jeep Cherokee —8/11/2016 9:05 AM
The Green pads went on my daily driven Jeep. After installing bigger tires with my lift, the factory brakes were seriously lacking. I changed to EBC pads and smooth rotors in the front and the braking power has been very much improved. Huge difference. The pads were pretty thick, which made them a little difficult to squeeze over the rotor. Also, the pads squeak a bit at lower speeds, but that's pretty normal for high performance pads. Overall, I'm satisfied.