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ok guys ill need to replace the pads very soon, so migth as well replace the rotors also. so recomendations with links please..

i was going to go with DBA. www.dba.com.au and no idea on the pads. OEM most likely...


also the truck is mostly use in city but when its gets abused its on Baja and sand dunes.. so keep that in mind, thanks for the input guys..
 

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Lots of brake threads here and many of us have gone with Frozen Rotors and Hawk LTS pads.
 

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Bump on this guys, since after this Baja trip my rears are goneeee
 

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Wheres your review on the traction bars, and prg extended travel kit from the baja?
 

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The only way I would use OEM pads is if Nissan gave me a set for free. Then I would use them for paperweights on my desk.

I have been using Raybestos for close to 30 years and never had a problem, I used the Raybestos Advanced Technology pads on the T and night and day diff from stock. (And I still have OEM rotors.)
 

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Wheres your review on the traction bars, and prg extended travel kit from the baja?
Ill do that today as soon as I get back from work
The only way I would use OEM pads is if Nissan gave me a set for free. Then I would use them for paperweights on my desk.

I have been using Raybestos for close to 30 years and never had a problem, I used the Raybestos Advanced Technology pads on the T and night and day diff from stock. (And I still have OEM rotors.)
So you prefer aftermarket pads and oem rotors? I was planning on going with EBC
 

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From my reading when I was looking at pads and rotors a while ago it seemed most who bought premium products were happy with their choices.

My take is that the Hawk are probably the most recommended pads here and by the vendors I spoke to.

I bought DNA rotors but Frozen are well spoken of, too.
 

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So you prefer aftermarket pads and oem rotors? I was planning on going with EBC
For what a stealership will charge you can get better quality for similar money.
 

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I went with the Callahan rotor and ceramic pad set...

 

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I got a fantastic deal on Stillen brake rotors and pads... $400 for everything... Shipped to my door..
Free pads and free shipping. A black Friday deal I couldn't passs up...

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ill probably will go with frozen rotors, since a friend hook me up , and hawk pads.


and chas i need to get with you to get the tranny oil pan but the one that has the sensor hole in it... i cant trust the oem gauge in my 04.. do you sell gauges, 52mm ? i want tranny temp, fuel preasure , and oil preasure..
 

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I just put on Frozen Rotors (slotted) and hawk LTS pads today. I haven't broken them in yet though. I will be doing this Saturday morning.
 
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