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Old 13 May 2006, 07:05 am
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Default Re: Brake Pads

I believe you, because I have 120,000 kms on my first set, although
lot of it is highway. Yes, I 'll be doing the job myself

The reason I posed the question in the first place was that I ha
recently done my mom's brakes with cheap aftermarkets. The OEM For
Focus pads are the best I've ever seen, they stuck like glue. Like a
idiot, I went and replaced them and the difference is unbelievable

I might redo her brakes with the OEM pads, but I was just wondering i
there was anything better out there
Told you so ;
"make sure you grease the sliders with some "synthetic brake grease" and bleed the old brake fluid out. using a premium dot 3 brake fluid for a good job =


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