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Old 12-20-12, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default need new rear brake pads & rotors, any suggestions

i have an 07 IS350
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Old 12-20-12, 05:46 PM   #2
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Got mine from Sewell. Ended up not replacing the rotors since they can be resurfaced.
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Get the oem ones from Sewell
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Centric blanks and OEM pads.
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I went with Adam's Rotors (supporting vendor) and the pads they offer. So far pretty impressed. If you are planning to stick with just a stock blank rotor then I would agree with what Gville said ^^
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I went with Adam's Rotors (supporting vendor) and the pads they offer. So far pretty impressed. If you are planning to stick with just a stock blank rotor then I would agree with what Gville said ^^
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