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I'm rebuilding my front calipers. On the GM Parts site the recommended pads are almost $700.00.. On the RockAuto site, compatible semi metal pads are $75.00. I just drive highway. Am I making a big mistake if I put on aftermarket pads on RockAuto aftermarket rotors? Thanks
 

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@jbinghampton I too use the R1 Rotors, slotted, like mentioned above, with EBC Red Stuff and have been happy.

On President's day they had a 30% sale.
 

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@jbinghampton I too use the R1 Rotors, slotted, like mentioned above, with EBC Red Stuff and have been happy.

On President's day they had a 30% sale.
I also had some sort of discount. They have them frequently.
 
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the trick used to be to buy the pads from Jeep because they were the same pads used on the CTSv but its hard to be beat $250

 

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I'm rebuilding my front calipers. On the GM Parts site the recommended pads are almost $700.00.. On the RockAuto site, compatible semi metal pads are $75.00. I just drive highway. Am I making a big mistake if I put on aftermarket pads on RockAuto aftermarket rotors? Thanks
Thanks everybody. I ordered the R-1, at 30% off for $302. 16

Any suggestions where to buy caliper rebuild kit.. Brembo 6 piston, pistons and rings? Thanks

$700 for all four wheels, or $700 for just the front set?
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