Reviewed By Allyn D (ALGONQUIN, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Taurus —7/12/2018 9:34 PM
These EBC premium rotors have held up better on my 2010 SHO than the OEM MC rotors.
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Reviewed By Vincent C (Catlett, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Avenger —7/12/2018 3:12 AM
This is one of the best kit I have purchased , all the extra hardware , (Clips ) ect... everything was a perfect fit and I like that the pads come with a rough up surface on them to start out the break-in , very happy , did the complete 4 wheels in about 2.5 hours in the 90 degree heat .
Reviewed By Donald V (GLENMOORE, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —7/11/2018 5:23 PM
I replaced both the front and rear rotors and pads on my truck. The OEM brakes always seem a little weak needed to be replaced at 45,000 miles. I read the positive reviews about Power Stop and decided to give them a try since the OEM replacement cost installed at the dealership was a little over $900.00. These brakes are great and have *noticeably* better stopping power. All done and said after having these installed by a local shop it was about $725.00 all in. Glad I made the purchase.
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