Reviewed By jorge o (San Francisco, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Solara —4/27/2014 12:25 AM
i think is good stuff , easy to install ,quiet and low dust but not as low as expected,
Reviewed By William C (Orlando, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Solara —12/9/2010 4:24 PM
OEM brakes still had ~ 2-4,000 miles left on them. Replaced them w/ Posi Quiet pads. Very easy to install. ( ~ 20min. a side.) No noise from get go. About half the brake pressure to stop the car. Takes day or two to get used to the new pads.I have about 500 miles on them , no dust. I rate them the best after market pads I have ever installed.
Reviewed By Craig S (Lomita, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Corolla —6/9/2016 9:18 AM
No shims included, had to use existing double shims from the old factory brake pads. Factory pads have spring clip riveted to hold pad in place, these have no clip, dont notice a difference other than a noise when I release brakes. When im stopped and take my foot off the brake pedal, there is a strange noise that was never there prior. The pads stop great, better than factory pads. No squeal, smooth, medium dust. Not sure I would buy again due to noise when releasing brakes.
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