Reviewed By William P (Troy, TX) Reviewed for a 1985 Ford Mustang —10/13/2017 10:48 AM
The DTC 70 pads worked well. I was having a problem with the front tires locking up- & these harder biting pads helped to eliminate the problem
Reviewed By Kevin S (HARTLAND, WI) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —10/11/2017 5:16 AM
Had the Hawk pads installed by my Jeep dealer, was tired of having to wash the rim on my Jeep every 3 days. These pads have reduced the brake dust by 80%, rims still looked good after a week of heavy driving. Zero noise from them. My SRT still stops on a dime, haven't noticed any issues. I have already recommended these pads and Autoanything.com to at least a dozen people.
Reviewed By Tyrone M (Ladson, SC) Reviewed for a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis —10/9/2017 8:58 PM
This is the second set of hawks I've put on my car. They bring my heavy grand marquis to a stop quickly. Very low brake dust and good price. I have slotted rotors and these pads are a great fit. I'll keep buying these pads, I didn't even need to change my rotors, maybe by the time these pads wear out I'll need a set of rotors if not then I'll just change the pads again. I have no complaints.
Stop means stop! There is no gray area when it comes to braking. You go fast, and you want to stop fast. That’s why finding the best brake pads on the market is such an important decision. With a bird of prey’s eye for stopping, Hawk brake pads give you the control you need--when you need it most.
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