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Old 07-08-14, 06:13 PM   #31
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Replaced the Front Brakes and Rotors with all Toyota/Lexus parts. Very Happy with OEM Parts.
My 2010 is used and the Dealer wanted to change the pads, cut the rotors and added the missing shims for $850. Sewell is a good source, did the job correctly for $300.
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Old 07-09-14, 07:31 PM   #32
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Did you get the fit kit and shims too? By Sewell did the job correctly did they do the service or just supply all the parts?
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Old 07-09-14, 07:32 PM   #33
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My local Lexus said $366 for pads and resurfacing. $300 sounds very good.
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Did you get the fit kit and shims too? By Sewell did the job correctly did they do the service or just supply all the parts?
I needed the shims since they were missing. I did not replace the Fit Kit, saw no need too.
Resurfacing rotors are the same price as new rotors. I chose new...

Did $366 include installation???
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Old 07-10-14, 09:23 PM   #35
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$366 was for them changing pads and only resurfacing rotors. I will probably do it myself instead.
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Old 07-30-14, 12:54 PM   #36
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I had ours in for the headlight recall and was told I have 3mm on the front pads and 5mm on the back. Looks like a brake job is my immediate future. The service guy couldn't believe that the pads are at 70K miles. I will definitely being buying OEM pads and doing it myself.
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Does anyone know how to designate whether you have a Canadaian or Japan made RX350? Sewell says if your car's vin starts with ST then buy X brake pad. If it starts with JT then buy Y brake pad. Im guessing JT = japan made but was wondering if someone can confirm.

The reason i ask is because i am shopping for brake pads on rockauto and lot of the parts say "Exceptp Japan Built Vehicle". Being that my car is in the USA, im guessing its a japan built vehicle?
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FWIW, I got all four brakes done here in New Hampshire for $930 at about 65,000 miles.
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Does anyone know how to designate whether you have a Canadaian or Japan made RX350? Sewell says if your car's vin starts with ST then buy X brake pad. If it starts with JT then buy Y brake pad. Im guessing JT = japan made but was wondering if someone can confirm.

The reason i ask is because i am shopping for brake pads on rockauto and lot of the parts say "Exceptp Japan Built Vehicle". Being that my car is in the USA, im guessing its a japan built vehicle?
VIN starting with JT = Japan
VIN starting with 2T = Canada
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Hi Johnny,

Thanks for the great write up. I will try to do over the weekend.
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