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Wagner ThermoQuiet Ceramic Brake Pads for Front Base/GT

I'm in the process of a Brembo conversion and will no longer be able to use these pads. New Wagner ThermoQuiet ceramic brake pads, part # QC1351. These pads are the correct size for front brakes on the Base/GT. I've used ThermoQuiets on other vehicles with good results. Stopping power that's equivalent to the OEM pads with very little dusting and no squeal. $25 shipped anywhere in the U.S. Payment through Paypal preferred with no added fees.


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just curious how much meat is on the pads and how long were they used for?
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Pads are brand new, never installed. Each pad has 3/8" of meat.
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i'll take them what's your paypal address?
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-08-2013, 01:38 PM
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Next in line if something falls thru...

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Just curious what pads are you going to run with your brembos

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Based on all the positive reviews I've seen, I decided on Hawk HPS pads.

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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-08-2013, 05:32 PM
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The stock Brembo pads are great, except they dust like a mother f*****. I just bought drilled and slotted rotors along with Hawk pads so should be much better.

Good luck with the sale. I've had Wagner pads before and they were great and super quiet.

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i want a set like these, where did you get yours?

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-custom interior trim
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-Android[/COLOR] installed]
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