TheBrettster

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I need a bamf pad. I have shitty malikboys pads right now are they are garbage. I want someone with low to zero dust and better than stock stopping power, also some that dont squeal like piss. What do you guys recommend.





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ScottyBoy

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I have the Wagner Thermoquiet Ceramics on the front and back along with Powerstop drilled and slotted rotors. They stop MUCH better than stock, and have near zero brake dust. In fact, for me to see ANY dust on my wheels, I have to go over a month and a half without washing my truck. Even then, it might be more road film than dust. But they do squeal every so often, especially when cold. But I'm not sure if its the pads, or because I didn't replace the pad shims/clips. They make noise when I go over bumps too, the pad is wiggling around some in the caliper but I know that's because I need new clips.
 

CUB

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Nah I didn't "have to" but my stock brakes were shitty and squeaky and threw brake dust all over my 22's so I got these and they're better. And I think lifetime warranty or something so when they get low I take em back to O'Reilleys and they give me another set.
 

Smith

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Ah, gotcha :shake: mine are still good at the moment but I'll look into these when I go to replace.
 

TheBrettster

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I decided on going with Stock Delco, I was happy with the stock performance before I went with the SHIT pepfgt pads.
 

JoshRA

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Think im bout to upgrade to some dba t2's with some hawk hps pads for the zoomzoom


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Mike

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Wagner thermoquiets or performance frictions with bosch quietcast rotors. Lifetime warranty from oreilly auto and they are powdercoated for longevity
 

Peyton676

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You need a whole brake setup really,14-15 in rotors,as many piston.calipers you can afford,and of course hydroboost
 

Jared

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While working for O'Reilly auto for nearly 3 years we NEVER warrantied wagner out just because they wore down...they are intended to do so. I do believe it's uo to the store manager, but I'd bet nkst won't sonit takes less money from the store.
 

Jared

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Brakebest select are madebin the same design and supposedly are repackaged thermoquiets. I had good luck with them.
 

slicksierra

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Was just looking at brake upgrade kits say prices on full upgrade with new caliper and rotors and was like :eekdoor:But then came across powerslot rotor and pad kits not too bad around 300 bucks for front and rear but idk how there pads are