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83K and still goin
 

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Im with eddie...I got 86,598 miles out of the stock brakes. I just replaced them last oct.


Edit: I also had 35in mud tires that worked like a parachute any time you weren't on the gas!
 

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2012 at 30,000km shop said have 80% pad left
 

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Got the brake judder done back when I had 22k miles. So from then till now @ 93k miles still on oem pads since 22k (replaced full set of pads with the judder tsb)
 

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Yes, we're getting lots of miles on our pads (60K on mine so far). But the stopping ability of mine suck. A semi-metallic pad would stop better I suspect, even though it wouldn't last as long.
 

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60k but my calipers oushed on side harder the outer pad had 1/4 pad left inner pad was gone...still havent changed the rear.

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I just recently replaced my OEM pads and rotors at 98K. The rears had just started hitting the squealer


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I don't know how long mine would have made it if I'd kept them. At about 35k I upgraded them to slotted rotors. :eyebrow:
 

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My 05 front inside pads were shot at 33,000 and the rears were worn 50%.
 

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Just saw my post from '09 when I had my 08. Traded it in with 56k and pads were still good. My 2010 has about 63k on it and I'd say I've got a ways to go still before I need to change pads. I do have a slight judder at hwy speeds it I get on the brakes but it's not enough to make me pull the rotors yet.

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Getting close to 85K on my 2010 with original brake pads. Starting to get a little shimmy and shake in the wheel under hard braking, so maintenance is close.
 

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I just checked my brake pads on my 2011 Nissan titan. It still has the factory brake pads in place. i have almost 100 K miles on it, and the pads still easily have 70% life on them. All i did was clean up the rotors, calipers and the brake pads. I'm extremely impressed on the quality of equipment Nissan uses on the vehicles. (second Nissan I've owned).
 
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