C-Dan (need a price check on aisle 4)

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I think my local dealar may be using a escalater on me...
Could you tell me what List is for pads (brake) front and rear?
I searched but all I came up with was 100 stuff. Need them for my 95 80

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Nick,
Have you considered going with the 100 series pads in the front?
I did on mine and so far they are working great,
just my 2 centavos (.02 us)
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I had but there seems to be a little debate on using them on old rotors. I figure i will just switch over when it's time to get new rotors. Unless anyone wants to sound off on not having any problems with that combo.
 
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Nick,

If you check my post on the 100 series pads;

I am running cross drilled rotors ( a debatable choice also)
The pads were "Autozone" carbon/ high performance.

This setup was ok until the right side started to squeal.

I had decided to wait until, I had time to resurface the rotors, to use the 100 pads. (C-Dan's advice)

I got another set of autozone pads, and when I started the work I noticed that the reason for the squeal was: a very poor match between the rotor and pads (some of the pad did not even touch the rotor surface)

Since the 100's had a much better alignment, and not having time to r/r the rotors, I went with latter of the two choices.

I used no shims, and some of the orange colored, anti squeal goop. (forgot brand name)

So far, no squeals, vibration, etc.
maybe I just got lucky??
Eduardo :beer:
 

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  FRONT PADS, 80 SERIES : 04465-60020 (91-96)
                                      04465-60110 (97)

  REAR PADS, 80 SERIES :  04466-60020 (93-97)


  FRONT PADS, 100 SERIES  04465-60151

They are all the same price, list is $55.44 per set.

 The 100 pads are too thick to fit the shims in. as they wear, the shims could be inserted if desired.
They should be installed on a fresh surface as the "footprint" is larger than the 80 series pads.
 
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Moralien - I'm no mechanic, just telling you my experience. I went with the 100 series pad, and did not replace or resurface the rotors, as they looked to be in excellent shape (and at the time I didn't know about the larger footprint). I've had my '97 80 for about 25,000 miles, so the rotors may have been new when I bought her, and I still had about 1/2 the pads left.

After 2 months, I checked the pads and they are wearing evenly, as are the rotors. They are a very tight fit, so I didn't use the shims or any squeal goo, and have had no problems. I did however need to remove some brake fluid. 100 series pads are the way to go, they noticably improved my braking.
 

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