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Old 10-31-2008, 02:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which Brakes Do I Need? (Monroe for Rears)

I see a great deal for Monroe brake pads, $8 AR... I know, but
I am really strapped for cash and I need new rotors too, AND I
just got my fronts done, so unless these will literally kill me, I
need to know which mode I should use, here is the info, do I need
the 396/A or 692/A?
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And is it ok to use ceramics rather than their dynamic pads? It seems only the ceramic ones are available.
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