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01-05-2011 07:14 AM
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01-05-2011 05:27 AM
Neil F. I can't say if they are poor stopping or great at stopping (I don't have any problems). My neighbor and myself both have the top Autozone Duralast Cmax brakes AutoZone - System Error are the most dust free pads I've had on any vehicle. I have 33's and he has 35's so they are hard on the front brakes.
01-04-2011 11:27 PM
CRolandLJ
Dusty Brake Pads

My brakes make my front wheels brown within a week. Are they any good brake pads for less dust? In the summer I can clean them but it's a little chilly for that right now and I'd prefer the more hassle free approach.

Don't just say get black wheels.

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