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Promoted 03-03-2015 by brisar at 05:09 AM View Original Post
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Amazon.com has select Wagner ThermoQuiet Brake Pads on Sale. There is currently a Rebate available for up to $30 back on Wagner ThermoQuiet Brake Pads ($15 Front Set and/or $15 Rear Set). With the combination of Sale prices + Rebate, some of the Brake Pads end up being Free after Rebate. Free Shipping with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks JiffyLubeRep
Note: Be sure to verify the compatibility of the brake pads with your vehicle on the product page
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Edited March 3, 2015 at 05:11 AM by lnfdeals
Wagner is running a rebate on their ThermoQuiet line of brake pads. Rebate is $15 per pad set. So total rebate would be $30 rebate per car (front pad set + rear pad set).

Rebate details here:
http://www.tqbrakepads.com/rebates/

Amazon is selling these brake pad sets starting at only $4.52 per set here:
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr...d=15690151

So check for your application. You can either make money, get these pads for free, or a good discount...depending on your car.
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Last Edited by nfc March 5, 2015 at 04:26 PM
Most MM rears are all gone, quite a few front pairs are still MM


Verify the correct pads at http://www.wagnerbrake.com/find_your_brake_pad/ courtesy mingdizzle
Submit rebate at http://www.wagnertqrebate.com/
Promo code: 15-17185

When installing new pads, the rotors should be new or at least resurfaced to remove any transfer film from the previous set of brake pads.

It is critical that the installer clean any rust, scale, or debris from the hub mounting surface thoroughly and check it for excessive run-out with a dial indicator gauge before installing the rotor.

The new rotor should also be checked for excessive run-out using a dial indicator gauge before the caliper and pads are installed. If a rotor has excessive run-out of over .004" (.10mm) it should be replaced.

"Bedding-in new pads and rotors should be done carefully and slowly...Most brake pad compounds will take up to 300-400 miles to fully develop an even transfer film on the rotors."

Failure to follow these procedures may result in brake judder, excessive noise, or other difficulties in bedding-in the new brake pads.


Both Amazon.com and wagnertqrebate.com online chat confirmed that printed invoice is sufficient if you do not receive a packing slip.

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$28 - $29 for me, too bad
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Quote from JiffyLubeRep View Post :
Wagner is running a rebate on their TermoQuiet line of brake pads. Rebate is $15 per pad set. So total rebate would be $30 rebate per car (front pad set + rear pad set).

Rebate details here:
http://www.tqbrakepads.com/rebates/

Amazon is selling these brake pad sets starting at only $4.52 per set here:
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr...2470954011

So check for your application. You can either make money, get these pads for free, or a good discount...depending on your car.
By the way, changing brake pads are pretty easy. Just watch a few Youtube videos to get acquainted. Or you can simply bring the pads with you into any small auto shop. That way you only need to pay for the service, and not the inflated parts prices.
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do we get minimum $30 or the amount we paid
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do we get minimum $30 or the amount we paid
Previous Wagner rebates I received the entire stated amount in the rebate, not just the price I paid.
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Quote from JiffyLubeRep View Post :
Previous Wagner rebates I received the entire stated amount in the rebate, not just the price I paid.
thanks, the ones I need are $28 per front and $28 per back, but just bought cheapest front/back for $13.59, so $30 back means $16.41 money-maker EEK!
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I want to get on this so I can save some money, as I feel my brakes are getting close to dying....but right now I'm looking at over 1700 results potentially!

I have a 2011 Kia Sorento, if someone can at least point me in the right direction as to what I should buy. I'm sure I can find someone trustworthy to install these...
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Quote from blacksoxing View Post :
I want to get on this so I can save some money, as I feel my brakes are getting close to dying....but right now I'm looking at over 1700 results potentially!

I have a 2011 Kia Sorento, if someone can at least point me in the right direction as to what I should buy. I'm sure I can find someone trustworthy to install these...

On the Amazon site you can enter your vehicle and it will show which pads fit your car.

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Here's the ones that fit: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sx_as...---------1
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thanks, the ones I need are $28 per front and $28 per back, but just bought cheapest front/back for $13.59, so $30 back means $16.41 money-maker EEK!
I don't think you picked the cheapest. My order total was $12.68 (unless you meant w/ tax).
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Do the front and rear brakepads have to be the same model to get the full rebate?
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I don't think you picked the cheapest. My order total was $12.68 (unless you meant w/ tax).
yeah, with tax, pre-tax, mine was $12.58 but at least I chose slow shipping so I get $1 ebook credit
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Do the front and rear brakepads have to be the same model to get the full rebate?
it does not specify and as a test run I filled out the rebate form online and it took the different ones I input
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I recommend using the Wagner website to find the part number instead of using the amazon part finder.

http://www.wagnerbrake.com/find_your_brake_pad/
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Quote from mingdizzle View Post :
I recommend using the Wagner website to find the part number instead of using the amazon part finder.

http://www.wagnerbrake.com/find_your_brake_pad/
There is no point because they go by what it says on the receipt
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