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Power Stop Z36 Brake Kit for 2015-2017 F150 (W/Electronic Brake) $353.12

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Brake performance is the same price, they all use centric oem rotors and mill it themselves.
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Quote from Aogen :
Brake performance is the same price, they all use centric oem rotors and mill it themselves.
I'm seeing $436 on their site for a PAIR of their least expensive set with ceramic and for the electronic brake set.
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I think you mean $353 *after* MIR, which is a good deal for the Z36's. I had these on my '16 F-150 for towing our travel trailer and they worked great. Also generated much less dust than the OEM pads. Install is the same as any other set of rotors and pads, but make sure you have some additional brake grease on hand as the tiny packet that comes with the kit was inadequate (at least for me).

Having said that, unless you're towing something or have some extreme braking application, I'd go with a much less expensive OEM set of brakes. I don't think you'd get the value. I also traded in the '16 before the brakes wore out, so can't really comment as to how they performed on the back half of their life.
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If you need breaks, buy them from R1 Concepts.
I prefer brakes.
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Chinese low quality. I tried this brand and they started to shake in a few months (tried on my both cars a Nissan and a BMW). Then replaced them with made in Germany rotors and made in USA brake pads and no need to do another brake job for last 2-3 years. And I think rotors will last for a few more years.
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Cross drilled rotors are a worthless gimmick that shortens rotor life and causes problems.

Stick with standard smooth rotors. A lot cheaper too.
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Quote from Caminante :
I think you mean $353 *after* MIR, which is a good deal for the Z36's. I had these on my '16 F-150 for towing our travel trailer and they worked great. Also generated much less dust than the OEM pads. Install is the same as any other set of rotors and pads, but make sure you have some additional brake grease on hand as the tiny packet that comes with the kit was inadequate (at least for me).

Having said that, unless you're towing something or have some extreme braking application, I'd go with a much less expensive OEM set of brakes. I don't think you'd get the value. I also traded in the '16 before the brakes wore out, so can't really comment as to how they performed on the back half of their life.
Where can you find Motorcraft front and rear rotors and pads for less than this?
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cheap chinese junk, they wont warranty, when I put a full set on a mustang GT, and a GT500, they warped. no warranty BEWARE!!!!! they are trash!!!!
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cheap chinese junk, they wont warranty, when I put a full set on a mustang GT, and a GT500, they warped. no warranty BEWARE!!!!! they are trash!!!!
Will not warranty??

I purchased BREMBO OEM ROTORS and I put them on my Camry and they were warped from day 1. I called the store, they told me to deal with Brembo... BREMBO stated that since the rotors were used (for less then 25 miles)... they would NOT HONOR the warranty.

Ever since then I only buy EBC rotors... but again OEM (not drilled or cut).

These rotors in this deal are designed for HIGH performance cars and I would not recommend for 99.99% of all cars out their.

I just changed my brakes last week for a 2012 Forester... found OEM EBC rotors (they are baked black so less metal is exposed to the weather) for about $65.00 from Autoplicity (but always do a google search once you find your model) and I have been buying HAWK (yellow box... low dust) pads from Tire Rack (they are the cheapest for hawk that I can find... no one comes close). I have been buying this combo for about 8 years and have been very happy with every brake job.

And EBC rotors have so far been made in England. But what I like is that they claim every rotor is tested to make sure they are not warped (after my Brembo experience).
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Quote from RugerRedhawk :
Where can you find Motorcraft front and rear rotors and pads for less than this?
You can't.
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cheap chinese junk, they wont warranty, when I put a full set on a mustang GT, and a GT500, they warped. no warranty BEWARE!!!!! they are trash!!!!
All rotors are made in China, many at the same factories.
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began to have problems within warranty period. reached out to the company, but they refused to honor the warranty as they said product was improperly installed; when I installed I made sure to follow installation and break in procedures as outlined by manufacturer.

Would not recommend.
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