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LSJ rear brakes on LNF ??

Old 02-03-2019, 03:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Miltb View Post
Done .... That's what I'll do ....

I just want this car to be less problems than my other car.
It will be, you just have to remember it was a used car and unless you had someone that really took care of it which is unlikely now adays. There will be these little things that require some TLC.
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Old 02-03-2019, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ECaulk View Post
It will be, you just have to remember it was a used car and unless you had someone that really took care of it which is unlikely now adays. There will be these little things that require some TLC.
Ya it's sitter ng in my bay where I work on my car usually .... It will continue to sit there well I tidy everything up ....

It definitely wasn't treated the best by the last few owners .... Flippen oil changes were done at a Ford

I'll be checking every aspect as well as swapping springs.
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Old 02-04-2019, 09:05 AM
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quality pads aren't a requirement, I threw on ebay brakes and rotors uh almost 2 years ago maybe? maybe more. they're still on there. pads are wearing evenly. rotors are in poor shape but it's winter, it can wait. my dad did them but I told him, lube the slide pins well. and after replacing ebrake cables and new brakes and everything it's been mint. going to go with oem in spring though.
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Old 02-04-2019, 09:42 AM
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just checked rockauto, for ~$170 you can get OEM LNF pads and rotors.

part numbers in the screenshot

https://imgur.com/yWsq3Cy
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Originally Posted by ThePanduuh View Post
just checked rockauto, for ~$170 you can get OEM LNF pads and rotors.

part numbers in the screenshot

https://imgur.com/yWsq3Cy
awesome .... Thanks for that.
Definitely helps to know that brakes won't be a fortune to replace.
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by ThePanduuh View Post
just checked rockauto, for ~$170 you can get OEM LNF pads and rotors.

part numbers in the screenshot

https://imgur.com/yWsq3Cy
Amazon charged roughlky the same price plus free shipping:

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Damn that's a deal ....

What about stop tech painted slotted?
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