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TOPIC: Question Brake Pad Advice

Re: Brake Pad Advice 3 years 11 months ago #909

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Brake Pad Advice 3 years 7 months ago #1157

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Have one 07 V70, one 07XC and one 03XC. Run Akebono's on everything as existing pads wear out. Dust is minimal and performance SEEMS as good as OEM. A little cheaper than OEM which are bulletproof but add (awful dam dusty). :S

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