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Old 02-23-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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Cost of new brakes....

What should I expect to pay for new brakes....pads and rotors....per wheel?
Or if the rotors Don't need to be replaced. What would the cost be?

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Old 02-23-2012, 10:42 AM   #2
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That's a broad question and it depends on what kind and quality you want.

Brake pads range from $20 a set (2 wheels) for cheap pads to $60 and higher for ceramic.

The rotors will run from $30 each to over $280 for a pair of high end ones.

It's up to you on what you need/want/can afford.



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That's a broad question and it depends on what kind and quality you want.

Brake pads range from $20 a set (2 wheels) for cheap pads to $60 and higher for ceramic.

The rotors will run from $30 each to over $280 for a pair of high end ones.

It's up to you on what you need/want/can afford.

Nothing fancy. OEM
Just found out I only need pads replaced and theyll grind down one of the rear rotors.
Im almost ashamed to say I'm at a dealer having his work done. So...I know I'm paying more than I should.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:01 PM   #4
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if you shop around for discounted parts, i find labor to be $150/axle, so about $300 total.
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