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my EBC kit

i just bought and installed the rotors and thr green stuff pads. they work awesome.
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Just installed the same stuff on my F1 this past weekend... GD series rotors and Yellow Stuff pads... have the same set in the garage for my Ranger too.

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very nice. i plan on doing the same for my next set of brakes
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I have heard that these are great, but that they do tend to not grab as well as low temperatures? Did you notice this at all?
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Love mine I have EBC rotors and hawk pads!
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what did you end up paying?
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looking good! I couldnt find EBC rotors for my truck so I went with R1concept slotted rotors and greenstuff pads.
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i was looking at getting these as well. i've been on the fence for the last month and things get pushed to the back burner.

what did that set up cost? is the grabbing at low temps true?
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are those technically slotted rotors? sorry, im a rotor newb.

im also wondering how much they ran you. Actually if you could post the part # for those rotors that would be sweet
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Just installed the same stuff on my F1 this past weekend... GD series rotors and Yellow Stuff pads... have the same set in the garage for my Ranger too.

How do you like those? My truck could use a new set all around.
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I liked the EBC pads on my ranger. They lasted forever and no brake dust!
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Suckers ain't cheap though...650-700 for the whole set. Guess stock will work for now lol
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stock isnt cheap either. i spent 200 on rotors alone for the rear of my f150.
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I meant stock as the ones that are on there now. They still got a good bit of life yet
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How do you like those? My truck could use a new set all around.
So far so good. I only have around 200 miles on them so they aren't broken in yet.
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they stop really well at low temps. i paid $260 for the rotors and the pads. its cheap i know. my sister works for kregen and she gets 25% off and pepboys does price match and then tag on 5% for buying the parts from them so i bought them at pepboys and my sister did the price match and i got a good deal. but without the discount its $320. for the front only
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