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Old 04-27-2007, 08:24 AM
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Who makes the BEST no dust or low dust brake pads?

I want to know from you guys who makes the best no dust, or very low dust brake pads out there?

I am cleaning my wheels, especially the front ones every week. I need to buy some new pads that won't require cleaning so often.

What do you guys recommend?

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Carquest Blue Semi Metallics. The difference is night and day
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^^^^What he said^^^^
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Do a search and I think you will find a lot about Wagner Thermo Quiets and CarQuest Blues. Both high quality semi-metallics. I have the Wagners but would not hesitate to use the CarQuest.
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Thats what I have, Wagner Thermo Quiets and couldn't be happier... Hardly any dust!
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Anyone have chrome wheels with these new pads? If so, how soon can you start to see some brown cloud over the wheels?

I was told Porterfield pads were great, and yet I have a sheet of dust in 1-2 days of minimal driving. I highly recommend NOT getting Porterfield pads for dust reduction purposes.
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What's the price on the Wagner Thermoquiets? On the Carquest Blue Semi-Metallics? TIA!
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I paid about $45 per axle for the Thermo Quiets
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I got my Wagner Thermo quiets at Rock Auto, at about $34.79 per axel and shipping was 9.81 for a total of $79.39 and never left the house. Came UPS within 2 or 3 days...
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What's the price on the Wagner Thermoquiets? On the Carquest Blue Semi-Metallics? TIA!
PRICELESS man, either Wagner or Carquest (Raybestos). Do a search and read for a long time, plenty of good said about these 2 brands.
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For the carquest blues is the part number BMD-1083 for the fronts?
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Would you agree that you should do front and rear replacement? Or just front?
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For the carquest blues is the part number BMD-1083 for the fronts?
I got BMD-1011. As the guy asked me questions, I just told him what he needed to know. I'm hoping this is the right size. Anyone got a P/N for the rears (CarQuest Blue Semi-Metallic)?

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Would you agree that you should do front and rear replacement? Or just front?
The rears were not dusting, I waited till they were badly worn to replace.
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