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Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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I just put these on my 2012 Mercedes GL550. They work great (like they always do). They look great (like they always do). I expect to drive 70 or 80,000 miles without braking problems... like I always do. For the money, EBC makes the best brakes I have ever used. End of story. I now have EBC brakes in my Mercedes GL550, 3 Jeeps (2013 Grand Cherokee, 2005 Grand Cherokee, 1998 Wrangler), Lexus LS, and my 2013 Mercedes ML350. Nuf said.

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