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BrianCunningham [Tow Vehicle] Brake pads
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Must be brake month, now my 2009 Silverado 2500 is asking for pads.

What make are you running?

Not really interested in putting the stock pads back in, not enough initial bite.

Also being my winter ride daily driver, I was thinking of PFC's

Thoughts?
Posted on: 8/29 0:39
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captmike13 Re: [Tow Vehicle] Brake pads
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I wouldn't know. I haven't had to replace them yet.
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BrianCunningham Re: [Tow Vehicle] Brake pads
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went with some autoparts store carbon ceramics

what a difference!

Should have junked the stock pads years ago
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