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StopTech slotted rotors and performance pads--Oregon

Up for grabs is a brake upgrade for your 01 and up (or 98-00 if you change your spindles). It includes StopTech slotted rotors and Centric Posi Quiet pads. They worked great on my truck and were a definite improvement over stock, while giving a nice look from the outside. They have about 2500miles on them (mostly freeway) and have nothing wrong with them.
$220 plus shipping

Right before i took them off my truck:
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BUMP!!!

Someone has got to want sweet performance brakes.
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BTW, these only work for 2wd.
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question: what are you running now if these are so good?
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He got them cobra brakes
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question: what are you running now if these are so good?
Answer: 13inch cobra front brakes.

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He got them cobra brakes
lol, this is true.

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This is a sweet upgrade for anyone!!!

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Bumpity!!! Bump bump!

Cereally, someone has got to want these....they are sooo cheap!
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Any idea what kind of work i have to do to install them?
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Any idea what kind of work i have to do to install them?
1. Jack up truck and put on jack stands.
2. Take off front wheels.
3. Unbolt caliper off spindle
4.. Unbolt spindle nut and take off old rotor.
5. INstall new rotor
6. Bolt up caliper but with new pads
7.Bolt up wheels
8.Install wheels
9. Yur done!! Easy as pie.
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Any idea what kind of work i have to do to install them?
remove old rotors.. install new rotors...
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So just that castle nut? That sound easy as hell.
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So just that castle nut? That sound easy as hell.
Pretty much. Takes about 1.5hours total. Nice brake upgrade for the cost.
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I am in need of better brakes. . . . my wheels are probably 30-40 lbs each. I keep warping the **** out of my stock disc's. Is it a huge difference bwt. the stock disc and the slotted disc??
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I am in need of better brakes. . . . my wheels are probably 30-40 lbs each. I keep warping the **** out of my stock disc's. Is it a huge difference bwt. the stock disc and the slotted disc??
It really is the combination of the rotors and the pads that improve the braking system. The rotors are high quality and made to last. The pads give a better bit.

My brother (FX4wannabe01) has the same brake upgrade on his truck, and he noticed a nice improvement. Maybe he'll post on here. But he has big 35inch tires and said it stopped better than the stock setup. I also think he tried Hawk pads, but they didn't do to well. This package though, is good.
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Bumpity!

Come on people, i want to use that sweet new feature we just got.
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Bump it for a good deal!
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Good dude.. Buy these people
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Bump it for a sweet deal. This things are moar than $320 new. Someone buy them to support a college student trying to make ends meet. lol.
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Would you say they are comparable to EBC slotted rotors for better brakes than my stock ones. Also, what is the brake dust like on these pads.
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Would you say they are comparable to EBC slotted rotors for better brakes than my stock ones. Also, what is the brake dust like on these pads.
Definitely. The rotors are awesome and the pads are awesome. Brake dust wasn't too bad, but you always get it with performance pads. There was less than the HPS my brother was using on his Ranger. and he then switched to this setup on his Ranger and noticed a nice improvement on braking (he has 35in tires lol).
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TTT!!!!

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Just so you guys know, I'm running the same rotor/pad combo on the back of my truck, and they work awesome. Dusting is slightly more than stock, but not as bad as alot of pads I've seen. They dust less than the VatoZone cheepo pads, and work a hello of a lot better. This is a great deal, since the rotors alone are well over $100 each. Heck, I'd get them, but I'm holding out for the Cobra brakes which are considerably more expensive.
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Just so you guys know, I'm running the same rotor/pad combo on the back of my truck, and they work awesome. Dusting is slightly more than stock, but not as bad as alot of pads I've seen. They dust less than the VatoZone cheepo pads, and work a hello of a lot better. This is a great deal, since the rotors alone are well over $100 each. Heck, I'd get them, but I'm holding out for the Cobra brakes which are considerably more expensive.
Thanks John!! This set up really works great, and i installed it then found out about the cobra break swap!! lol.

Oh, and you're doing the cobra fronts, i can help you out:
FS: Front '04 cobra brake setup - SVTPerformance

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