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 Post Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 9:37 pm 
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I know I have asked this before but whats the best kinda brake pads I can get? Ceramic? Metallic?

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ceramic pads run cooler, last longer, create less dust and are overall a better choice. if you can afford it dole out the extra cash for the ceramics, you will be glad you did :tu2:


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MojoMot wrote:
ceramic pads run cooler, last longer, create less dust and are overall a better choice. if you can afford it dole out the extra cash for the ceramics, you will be glad you did :tu2:

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AutoZone has some Ceramic pads for about 40 bucks, have any of you bought those from AutoZone? Are they a good buy?

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I usually get the Duralast Gold from Autozone. Maybe not the best, maybe not the cheapest, but they aren't expensive.

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I used the forty dallor brake pads on my cherokee they worked good. still got brake dust. They lasted me untill I my jeep got hit. theywere on there for about 60,000 miles and still work just like new. I never had any problems with em.


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Get Performance Friction pads at AutoZone. They are probably the only pad I've found that actually makes the Jeep stop better.

Ceramic pads are really great, as long as you don't mind replacing your rotors every few years. They are really abrasive.

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