Not to be a pest but do you think these shall do the job?Those brands are equivalent to the stuff you would get at a cheap parts store. They will work. Just not the best. @Swiftab has the right idea. Powerstop is all that is used in our shop, unless the customer is really on a budget, but even then, powerstop offers a huge range of prices.
Rotors, on the other hand, We have torcher tested durango and bendix rotors using our dyno, and compared them to the same tests with powerstop, API, and oem, (the three brands we use for rotors here in the shop) and they all performed the same. Bendix did start to warp after about a half hour of hard braking from 100mph. But, realistically, on a street car, they work fine. No one is doing 100-20 stops over and over again, not even on a race track lol
The pad is more important. A good quality pad will not get as hot as fast, will not glaze as quickly as a cheap pad, and will not lock up under hot-stop (a hard stop, into another hard stop). A good pad will also be much more resistant to brake fade over-all.
They didnt for the Versa lol. When ordering from RockAuto, better safe than sorry, get the hardware kits.You don't need the hardware kit....the pads come with it. Well. They should.
Yeah Premature anything is not good. LOLHad Powerstop rotors and pads installed in our 2015 Juke a year ago. Performance is good, very quiet and no premature wear.
This is true, but i have never seen juke pads not come without the hardware.They didnt for the Versa lol. When ordering from RockAuto, better safe than sorry, get the hardware kits.
Even if it says it doesn't come with hardware....You don't need the hardware kit....the pads come with it. Well. They should.
Lol, if it says it doesn't, then it definitely won't have it.Even if it says it doesn't come with hardware....