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on 3rd day with PRB, no brake dust no squeal, so (archive)

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Posted by Henry J on August 09, 2001 at 00:07:34:

In Reply to: Brake Pad Suggestions Pagid, ATE, Jurid, PBR, etc posted by Paul on August 07, 2001 at 17:51:31:

far so good, will let you know at end of week if I"ve accumulated any dust or hear any squeal,about $50.00 for front and rear pads.Using PBR Metal Masters in front with PBR Deluxe in the rear from BMA.
89 750iL

I need to replace both front and rear pads on my '92 735. After visiting the dealer, I thought twice about the BMW pads. $195!

I have seen several other types available. I had Metal Masters on a 325, and it seemed like you real had to step on the brake, compared to the BMW pads, to stop.

Can anyone make any suggestions?


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