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1993 Ford Ranger
Brakes, Rotors & Pads

1993 Ford Ranger Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Power Stop Performance Brake Calipers

Great quality and easy install

Great quality and easy install combined with the brake pads and good looking rotors . You can't go wrong. Or stop in this case . LoL View more reviews...
Posted By Timm O (New Concord, OH) / September 13, 2017
1998 Ford Ranger
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EBC Ultimax Brake Pads

EBC Ultimax Brake Pads

First 100 miles they were a little dusty, 300 miles now and no dust at all. Great brake pads, easy to install, overall very happy with EBC. View more reviews...
Posted By William W (KANSAS CITY, MO) / September 27, 2016
2007 Ford Ranger
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Power Stop Z23 Evolution Brake Pads

2006 Ford Ranger

This is my 3rd vehicle that I have installed these break pads on and I am very happy with the quality and price. They were very easy to install and come with everything you need for a professional job. I would, and will, buy these again when ever the time comes for new ones. View more reviews...
Posted By Dave H (NASHUA, NH) / September 13, 2016
2006 Ford Ranger
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