Reviewed By Eric N (Camas, WA) Reviewed for a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am —6/8/2010 9:34 PM
A good brake pad, really have a hard bite when new, we have yet to break them in yet, but they sure seem like a great pad.
Reviewed By Ceriss B (FORT COLLINS, CO) Reviewed for a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am —2/6/2013 6:52 PM
I needed to replace my pads. I had bought my car in November & they were squeaking, not stopping. I researched the best pads to get & am extremely happy with these. They are quiet and stop on point. Some of my tools had disappeared from the garage, so I took it to a local shop, and they commented on how good these are & what a piece the ACDelco's they pulled off were. Literally, Dude came up to me & started the convo with ."So what do you know about Hawk Pads."
Reviewed By Ronald A (Blue Springs, MO) Reviewed for a 1995 Pontiac Grand Am —5/16/2010 3:44 PM
The Grand Am is factory equipted with under sized disk brakes. I could not slide a tire if I had too with factory brakes. Red Stuff brake pads give you the best posible braking. 200% better than factory. I also pull a 1000 lb. boat so stopping power is a must. Brake dust is average. No fade, no squeeking. I'm on my third set. I recomend these for aggressive stopping. (Green Stuff is more durable but not as aggressive)