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Old 09-03-2012, 02:54 PM   #1
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Haven't been around the forums in forever, but I'm back with a question! It's time for new brake pads and I'd like to upgrade from Motorcraft. Any suggestions on something decent and reasonably priced? This will be for everyday driving on the stock V6 rotors and calipers. Thanks!
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Price range would help?
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stop tech, can get them on amazon for around 100 for the set, or you could go into autozone ask them and they will sell you a set for around 40
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Stoptech. Be sure to bed the pads properly.
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http://www.tpsmotorsports.com/mustan...ed-rotors.html
or might as well get thw whole kit
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Thanks for the suggestions. Anyone know a good site to get Stoptech pads from?
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Amazon
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I get mine from Zeckhausen Racing:

http://store.zeckhausen.com/catalog/...cog3aejbejr066

Not sure if you are ABS or non-ABS.
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Whatever you do, get ceramic pads. Brake dust sucks!
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I get mine from Zeckhausen Racing:

http://store.zeckhausen.com/catalog/...cog3aejbejr066

Not sure if you are ABS or non-ABS.
that's really exspensive for the price they have front brakes for I got the full set on amazon. for 550 can get the rotors, pads, fluids, and stainless lines from tps motorsports
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