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    Quote Originally Posted by JCMostert View Post
    Bought my front pads at Tiger Wheel and Tyre for R1500, then bought the rear pads for R1200 from Autozone. Very easy to replace yourself.
    I pay R1500 at the dealer, then why go to TWT?
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    I recently purchased EBC front and Rears for R800 odd.

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    I bought my front and rear brake pads from Midas on Malibongwe for +- R1200.
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    I have the older JKUR, 3.8L, I paid something like R575 for my front brake pads and something like R475 for my rear pads (or visa versa) at Midas.
    Cant remember the brand name, but they are doing just fine and wearing out as any other pad seems to be wearing, they stop just as good as my previous pads (agents) and it takes like 20mins to install the front and 20mins the rear yourself, the worst part is jacking up your Jeep and removing the wheels. It is an easy peezy lemon squeezy job

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasHog View Post
    Powerbrake discs and pads were the best affordable upgrade I did on my TJ! Standard TJ brakes are not the best.......

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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    Hi

    Can anyone confirm whether the below Ferodo brake pad part codes are correct for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 3.6L?

    Front FDB 4074
    Rear FDB 4239

    thank you.
    Ricardo
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    Quote Originally Posted by GheckoJKU View Post
    Front FDB 4074
    Rear FDB 4239

    these are ferodo part numbers which everywhere in SA uses them, they can cross reference to other brands. but the ferodos in these part numbers are the ones made in the states.
    Hi

    perhaps you can assist me?

    Are the above Ferodo brake pad part codes correct for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
    3.6L?

    thank you!
    Ricardo
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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    If it will help anyone else in the future, I can confirm that the above part codes are correct for a 3.6 Wrangler
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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    Here is a link to the Ferodo site with model of the brake pads etc.

    Link: http://www.ferodo.com/catalogue.html...h_type=vehicle

    Confirming the part numbers.

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    Star Brake and Clutch in Edenvale. Speak to Kyle.. tell Frankie sent you. I paid R1200 for front and rear pads...EBC Pads

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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo View Post
    Powerbrake discs and pads were the best affordable upgrade I did on my TJ! Standard TJ brakes are not the best.......

    +1 and I only did their pad with stock discs, as they didn't have the discs in stock when I needed to change. That was a good few years ago, and plenty mileage (not entirely sure) but the pads are still going strong and definitely grab stronger than stock. Will change to the discs as well when I next change pads.
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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by roadhawg View Post
    +1 and I only did their pad with stock discs, as they didn't have the discs in stock when I needed to change. That was a good few years ago, and plenty mileage (not entirely sure) but the pads are still going strong and definitely grab stronger than stock. Will change to the discs as well when I next change pads.
    I've done both discs and pad and agree it's one of the best mods I've done to my TJ.
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    Default Re: Jeep Brake Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlash657 View Post
    Experience has shown me that the R500 disc pads don`t last at all. Have tried them all and am now only using the Mopar R1500 pads on our 3 Jeep JK`s as it is more cost effective.
    Going to replace my Ferodo pads this weekend (with some more Ferodo pads) after 80 000km's. Not a squeak out of them the entire time and not even completely worn yet.
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