Reviewed By Kevin S (WIND GAP, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tundra —8/24/2016 5:38 AM
Just installed work great now but true test will be how they work with 8-10,000 miles on them. We'll see!
Reviewed By Chris O (Magnolia, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tundra —5/5/2009 10:45 AM
30K miles ago, I put on a set of EBC Green Supreme pads and EBC Slotted/Cross-drilled Rotors. Fantastic combination. But, the rotors warped in only 15K miles of use. So I turned them but they warped again in another 15K miles. At this point, I went back with factory Toyota rotors and another set of EBC Green Supreme pads. Back to awesome braking. Net-Net: EBC pads GOOD; EBC rotors BAD.
Reviewed By William B (EVERGREEN, CO) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra —9/7/2016 7:41 PM
well I broke down and bought higher end pads for my 2000 tundra limited. after 120k and three sets of rotors the originals were looking thin. along with ultimax slotted rotors the difference is obvious. less pedal pressure and better modulation = more control. Of course good time to go synthetic brake fluid and always bleed.