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excursion brake replacement

Need new brakes for the excursion, not going to pay that much at the dealer, what kind of rotors have others used to replace them? Can you get good ones at local auto parts stores, and is it an easy job to replace them? I just want something comparible to factory.......

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Your best bet is to get some heavy duty rotors or performance rotor from your local parts store if they have it or one of the vendors on this site
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I like the Wagner series that o'reilly's sells. They come with a lifetime replacement, if they warp or wearout, just take them in and walkout with new ones.

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I like my powerslot/hawk severe duty combo. After about 35k I am still at half life on the pads, and they are wearing perfect. Now I am going to have to replace on rotor because of a bad caliper, but it wasn't the failure of the pad or rotor.

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