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Old 09-29-2012, 07:22 AM
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Hawk brakes

Recently a Ford mechanic was at a party at a relatives and of course Ford was a topic. HE recommended Hawk brakes whenever he works on his own vehicles. Any of you out there had any good or bad issues with Hawk brakes.

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i have been using akebono pads on my 2006 expy. no noise, low dust, and solid pedal. Got over 30k from the set of pads.
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I put Akebono ceramics on my 2000 Expedition several years ago. They were simply awesome! Great braking and very little dust. Recently I had NTB put on the Best pads from their Good, Better, Best options (ceramic, NAPA I think). They work fine, but my wheels are BLACK with dust. I will definitely use Akebono ceramic pads on my next brake job. Akebonos are pricey, but very well worth every penny. This is my first hand experience. Good luck.
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