Centric Brake drums defective
Reviewed By Ted M (Holtsville, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 Scion xB —10/17/2014 3:49 PM
After installing the new brake pads and drums there was a clicking sound while braking. I had the mechanic put it back on the lift to check. He did not see any issue with the installation. I called Auto anything who called the manufacturer. Manufacturer stated there is probably a rivet in the drums that was causing the noise and it should go away after a few hundred miles. After 500 miles it was still there so They send me new drums but not new brake pads that are damaged by drums.
Brake drums were out of round
Reviewed By Chris R (CLAYTON, NC) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma —10/7/2014 8:51 AM
2004 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner: My stock drums were giving me the shudders, and the consensus was I needed new drums. My shoes still had 75% of their material. I ordered the new drums, arced the shoes a bit, and installed the new drums. Shudder was even WORSE. Took the truck to my local shop. They said the drums were defective/out of round, I bought two new ones from them, and problem was solved. Will be getting a refund. I suggest if you buy these, have them TURNED BEFORE YOU INSTALL THEM.
Great replacement parts
Reviewed By Michael D (BLOSSVALE, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Colorado —10/11/2014 4:15 AM
I ordered the premium drums and the brake shoes for my truck. No problems with the install, liked the quality/fit/finish. Drums/shoes worked perfectly, no problems with balancing, etc. during test drive. I would order these again. Liked the price and free shipping.