Originally Posted by perezdh99
while at it, replace or service the wheel bearings as well.
at around $200 a pop for the wheel bearing assembly, i dont suggest replacing them if theyre not bad. as far as pads, i have the hawke LT ferrocarbon pads and they are awsome, low dust absolutly quiet and stop on a dime. 1000X better than stock. oh yeah it tells you how to bed the pads in the instructions. make sure and do it, its an important step that many people skip and will cuase issues later on.