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Wagner ThermoQuiet Brake Pads: Up to $30 Rebate with Purchase of Front/Back Brake Sets: Semi Metallic Disc Brake Pad Set

PhxSunsFan 121 February 28, 2013 at 04:44 PM in Mail In Rebate (6) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon is offering Up to $30 Back Rebate on Wagner ThermoQuiet Brake Pads or Up to $50 Rebate with Installation. Click here for qualifying products for your vehicle. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $25 or more. Use slick fillers to find other eligible items to help reach the $25 requirement. Thanks PhxSunsFan
  • Get $15 back via mail-in rebate when you purchase a front brake set.
  • Get $15 back via mail-in rebate when you purchase a back brake set.
  • Get $30 back via mail-in rebate when you purchase both a front and back set brake set.
  • Get $50 back via mail-in rebate when you purchase both a front and back set brake set and get them installed professionally.

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Edited March 1, 2013 at 03:12 PM by BostonGirl
Check out the Wagner brake rebate I just found at Amazon.....

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature....B001O0U1OU

Use their part finder to find the right stuff for your ride...
http://www.amazon.com/gp/part-fin...B001O0U1OU

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Quote from HunterOne View Post :
Even with the shipping fee and using the 5% discount my price, with NO TAX, it was almost $5 cheaper than Amazon, where I would pay tax, for both axles' pads.

Each case may be different depending on your tax situation as I originally stated.

Super hard to beat Amazon Prime shipping tho! For $5 bucks difference in price I'd go all day long with Amazon cause of next day delivery! woot
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Quote from PhxSunsFan View Post :
Last time when I submitted mine I did it through their website and they got it processed super slick like. You can also track the status... check this link:

https://www.wagnertqrebate.com/Home/?lang=en

You just plug in all your info and can even select how you wanna get paid! Smilie

Sweet, I needed pads for my commuter car. Total is $46 for front and rear for my car with free prime shipping - $30 rebate. $16 for all 4 corners and a decent brand is killer!

I'll definitely use the online rebate form. Repps!

Funny thing, Rockauto for me is the exact same price (with 5% discount and $11 shipping). So I'll just go with the Amazon...
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What does professional install mean?
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After talking with mechanics, checking the forums and reading magazine reviews, I went with Raybestos Professional Semi-Metallic pads. What you need is good linings without some substance that doesn't work well with your standard rotor material. Most of the things like ceramic pads, OEM grade or carbon metallic usually aren't meant for your rotor material and do more harm than good,
Agreed -- also, I'd rather have a fast wearing pad than a pad so tough that wears down the rotors Stick Out Tongue
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This is the same rebate that is listed on Rockauto...minus the professional installation option. they're the best IMHO as far as purchasing automotive parts. Fast shipping and cheap prices.
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Rockauto has tax and shipping amazon has neither I'm not sure why there is a comparison..Confused3
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Buy a better brand! Labor is the factor here, so buy one that would last longer! I have akebonos' on my car! Super quiet and no black dust on the wheels. Got over 30,000 miles from my last set! well worth the $$$
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There is just no way I could call paying someone to do something as simple as brake bads on disc brakes a slick deal. It's probably worth paying somone to rebuild your calipers if you're uncomfortable doing it yourself, but pads are n00b-friendly.

Quote from decolores9 View Post :
This IS a "better" brand, Wagner is one of the top brands. Do you know why you are only getting 30K miles from your pads? Usually they last 50K or so for the Wagners unless they are abused.

It only takes an hour to change pads, so even if the mechanic is doing it the cost will be $50 to $100 most places.
I buy pads for stopping power, not lifespan. Then again, I have a car with significantly more power than the manufacturer ever thought about stopping...
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Quote from wsm View Post :
After talking with mechanics, checking the forums and reading magazine reviews, I went with Raybestos Professional Semi-Metallic pads. What you need is good linings without some substance that doesn't work well with your standard rotor material. Most of the things like ceramic pads, OEM grade or carbon metallic usually aren't meant for your rotor material and do more harm than good,
I've been using Ceramic pads since 2005 - four cars - BEST braking, NO noise, and last practically forever!
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the part I get is the Wagner QC831 ThermoQuiet Ceramic Disc Brake Pad Set.
http://www.amazon.com/Wagner-QC83...001O0TZS8/

In their rebate website they specify they need to know whether I am buying front or rear pads. This may be a silly question, but what exactly is the item above then...front, rear, or both?
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Quote from magnum4000 View Post :
I've been using Ceramic pads since 2005 - four cars - BEST braking, NO noise, and last practically forever!

Full cermaic pads aren't reccomended in high horsepower modified cars with stock or near stock calipers and rotors. Semi metallic gives off more dust and wear out faster, but that's because they actually grab harder.
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Rotors HAVE to be replaced or resurfaced when the pads are changed, or the new pads won't seat properly. .
Nono2
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Quote from bsulistioadi View Post :
Compared to Advanced Auto Parts, are these two still cheaper after coupon?

YES!! Definitely, unless Advanced Auto is running some sort of super sale. I paid just under $95 for my current set of ThermoQuiets from Advanced Auto. I just bought another set (Front & Rear Complete) for $33 after the rebate..
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Rotors HAVE to be replaced or resurfaced when the pads are changed, or the new pads won't seat properly. While turning rotors is not "difficult", it takes some skill and experience to do it correctly, and most shops can't or don't.

If you don't resurface the rotors when changing pads, your stopping distance will be increased, the new pads will wear faster, and they are likely to be noisy.
This is just plain FALSE information!!! There always has been something called "inspection" in your service manual. Try it sometime before you give people bad information..
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