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Old 07-28-16, 03:52 PM   #1
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Default Where to Buy Lexus OEM Brake Pads and Rotors

I have 2007 Lexus LS 460 base model. I am looking for a good website to buy Pads and Rotors for the Front and Rear.
I did search that www.parts.com price is less than $500 with shipping but I don't know how reliable are they. Any input is appreciated.

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Go look at Amazon

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Old 07-28-16, 03:58 PM   #3
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I used ebay for the pads (front and back).

The seller was lexuspartsdirect and I believe they still have some in stock. Price was VERY reasonable.

Fronts part # 0446550260

Rears part # 0446650160

For rotors, not too sure, but I bet ebay is competitive..

Good luck!

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Oh.. You might as well buy the hardware too:

Centric Parts 117.44085 Front Disc Hardware Kit
Centric Parts 117.44086 Rear Disc Hardware Kit

Also got these on ebay. Seller's name was 123autoparts-3


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I have 2007 Lexus LS 460 base model. I am looking for a good website to buy Pads and Rotors for the Front and Rear.
I did search that www.parts.com price is less than $500 with shipping but I don't know how reliable are they. Any input is appreciated.

Thank you
Are your brakes worn or pulsating?
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I just received my shipment I ordered on Tuesday night, Ordered oem front pads and rotors. Bell Lexus out of N. Scottsdale, Arizona sells them on ebay. I paid 239.75 Exactly. I plan to install them myself after work Friday evening.
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I just received my shipment I ordered on Tuesday night, Ordered oem front pads and rotors. Bell Lexus out of N. Scottsdale, Arizona sells them on ebay. I paid 239.75 Exactly. I plan to install them myself after work Friday evening.
So you haven't been swayed by the discussions here about the benefits of Akebono pads or aftermarket rotors?
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nope. not one bit. OP is looking for OEM, so I posted what I just bought.
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Coincidently just today I got my Akebono ceramic brake pads that I ordered on Monday with free shipping. I have not purchased rotors.

http://www.placeforbrakes.com/produc...&car_year=2007
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I had great success with Rock Auto myself
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^ The exact seller I bought it from.
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I just received my shipment I ordered on Tuesday night, Ordered oem front pads and rotors. Bell Lexus out of N. Scottsdale, Arizona sells them on ebay. I paid 239.75 Exactly. I plan to install them myself after work Friday evening.
Is this a thing: To use Oem rotors and pads? Are you saying you went through the life of the oem rotors and pads and never developed the pulsing brakes? Because until this post I haven't read a 5 star review of the OEM rotors and pads.
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Is this a thing: To use Oem rotors and pads? Are you saying you went through the life of the oem rotors and pads and never developed the pulsing brakes? Because until this post I haven't read a 5 star review of the OEM rotors and pads.
100% agree. No way am I reinstalling OEM rotors that are notorious for warpage (or for those that don't believe in warpage...."build-up").

For a better price and far better warranty, I'll install quality aftermarket rotors/pads. As a bonus, I'll also get better brake performance.

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