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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 07-14-2015, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Brake rotor and pad recommendation!!!

I'm thinking to get new break pad and rotor all around for my car. I look up Autozone for front and rear. Front pad is about 46$ for the Dulalast Max, and Front rotor is about the same price. Rear rotor and pad also same for each pair.
Is Dulalast max good? is there any website that i can buy GOOD break with the same price? Any recommendation/ suggestion!!! Thanks

check the link to see the PAD as example!!!

http://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-t..._116848_16108/
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This is one of those areas that you really don't want to go super cheap. Yeah they might have a return policy, but that sounds a bit scary to me, I want my brakes to work 100% when I need to stomp on them.

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I look up Autozone for front and rear
Shop at Advanced Auto instead and use coupon code TRT30 during check out, that will knock 30% right off the top of the total price *and* you can pick up the stuff at your local store.

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$116 + tax for all brake pads and new front rotors

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I literally was typing up the same exact thing @MorningZ just posted. You can't go wrong with the upgrade mentioned in the linked post.

If you're looking for stock(ish) replacements, all of your parts stores are going to be about even for rotor replacement. I certainly wouldn't cheap out on the pads, as cheap options are going to make a mess of your rims, and not last nearly as long as a higher quality part.

Using the mentioned discount through Advance, I'd seriously consider the Platinum Professional Pads.

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$116 + tax for all brake pads and new front rotors

how come they r selling 4 pad set for just front?
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On the front, you have two rotors, each with an inner and outer pad... which gets you to four pads. Same is true on the rear.
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There is a pad on each side of each rotor, front and rear. 4 Rotors and 8 pads to do the entire job.
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Ohh year, forgot. lol Sorry. stupid question
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I picked Front and rear Rotor/pad front Advance Auto. How are they? Good!!!!???
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I picked Front and rear Rotor/pad front Advance Auto. How are they? Good!!!!???
For normal daily driving, they are fine, and will do their job.





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What are the better breaking set? and how much average?
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*braking

Unless you're doing some sort of sanctioned racing event, the above pads and rotors from Advance will be fine for your application.
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