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Old 03-23-2014, 06:08 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Best Aftermarket Rear Brake Pads

I need your suggestions on what is the best for rear brake pads for my jeep, not interested in OEM brake pads.

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Just bought brakes and everywhere I looked, these options kept coming up: Hawk, EBC (yellow and green), and Centric Posi-quiet. The last is what Black Magic Brakes includes with their kit, and I literally only found one person in all my looking who questioned the value of BMB (though many talk about the dust). That being said, I ended up with Wagner ceramics and Centric premium rotors on a few recommendations for both front and back for cost and dust reasons.

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I am very pleased with the Rebel Restraint brakes I did on all four corners. BMB should not be used with 35's or bigger.
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I am very pleased with the Rebel Restraint brakes I did on all four corners. BMB should not be used with 35's or bigger.
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Just bought brakes and everywhere I looked, these options kept coming up: Hawk, EBC (yellow and green), and Centric Posi-quiet. The last is what Black Magic Brakes includes with their kit, and I literally only found one person in all my looking who questioned the value of BMB (though many talk about the dust). That being said, I ended up with Wagner ceramics and Centric premium rotors on a few recommendations for both front and back for cost and dust reasons.
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I am very pleased with the Rebel Restraint brakes I did on all four corners. BMB should not be used with 35's or bigger.

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