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Anyone used EBC brakes, USR (slotted) rotors and the Orange Stuff Extra Duty pads?
If so what are your thoughts?
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Everyone used to talk about the EBC products, lately it seems that the Power Stop products are talked about more
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Everyone used to talk about the EBC products, lately it seems that the Power Stop products are talked about more
Thanks, I am getting ready to move to Rhode Island from San Diego and will be maxed out with payload and towing a trailer as well. Trying to figure out what brakes and rotors I want to upgrade to.
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Every year in July, i drive back to Connecticut to spend 4 weeks there, but they can keep those winters

If i pulled a trailer, i would use one of the Northern routes
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Every year in July, i drive back to Connecticut to spend 4 weeks there, but they can keep those winters

If i pulled a trailer, i would use one of the Northern routes
Yea I go through upper New York not as many hills and stay away from NYC
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The way that i go without a trailer is

I-8 , I- 10 , I- 20 until i am past Dallas , then i jump onto the 635 North to I-30 to Little Rock , I-40 to just past Knoxville Tn. , Then I-81 to Scranton Pa. , then the I-84 into Connecticut, ( if it is a Sunday, i go across the Tappan Zee Toll Bridge, instead of driving up to the I-84 & crossing the Newburgh Bridge )

My Brother drove semi trucks across country for years & he tells me that i should be going up to Las Vegas & jump over to the I- 70 using the truck loops around the major cities.
I just can't get my head around driving all the way up to Las Vegas to go East ,
Especially during Tornado Season
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I use EBC, slotted and dimpled with yellow stuff pads, thought I would try them to see if they were any better than power stop. I have them on only two months and they are better braking, but time will tell how long they last.
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I ended up installing EBC USR (slotted) rotors and the Orange Stuff Extra Duty pads.
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ED91847 Front pads
ED91848 Rear pads
USR7508 Front rotors
USR7509 Rear rotors.

Just went for a test drive, but won't really know until I get the 200 mile break in done.
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