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Old 05-03-2008
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Better Brakes

its time to replace the rotors, and pads up front, and instead of going with standard brakes, I was thinking of cross-drilled/slotted rotors, and better pads. I have 20" chromes, so theres a lil extra weight there to stop, so I want something better, and looks nice too.

Soo... what brand would be good, and where do you guys get your brake parts from?

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Cross drilled is overkill for a street driven vehicle. I bought EBC pads and slotted rotors. Or you can choose Stoptech.
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cool, thanks
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