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Old 11-15-2016, 08:42 PM   #1
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Gonna do front brakes soon-EBC vs ?

Well, the pads on my truck on the front still have some life left. But the rotors are definitely warped as about all my Rams have done with the factory crap. I have had good outcomes with ACD Durastop rotors and Akebono pads on multiple vehicles and I don't mind going that route on the truck, but for $50 more or so I can do an EBC rotor with the green pads. What are your guys input with the EBC stuff? Can't seem to find anything doing a search on the brakes section.

Overall I want longevity, lack of warping and low dust. Something that can handle 6000lb 4x4. I am not a crazy braker but want something that can handle if if I need it and not crap out.

Any other recommendations and experience are welcome. I am just looking for a good setup.

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Old 11-15-2016, 10:07 PM   #2
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Have you thought about the hydro boost mod?
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I should have mine done by the end of next week and will know if it is as good as folks say it is. I got this one off of eBay by just throwing an offer at it.
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Greens are too soft for a heavy truck. yellow or reds are the EBCs you want.
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Look at the NAPA top-of-the-line options for rotors (Reactive One) and (Adaptive One) for pads...they've had good reports .
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