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    Can anyone tell me which brake pads should i go for ?? the genuine one from toyota ? or the after market ones and of which brand. and the price range

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    I always go to 3S for brake service and disc pad replacement. Only changed once front disc pads two years ago in my Xli at 100,000 check up, which I sold after 133,333 kms.

    If you do not want to go to 3S, then source the pads from a reputable shop which does not sell 2 number stuff and find some expert mechanic to replace them.

    Always go for top quality brake parts. Expensive ones are not expensive than your car and your body.
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    Go for genuine ones but from the market.
    Dealers quote inflated rates.
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    @booster

    Brother always remember one thing, never compromise in breaks, always use GENUINE Break Pads, never use low quality or copy, these roadside mechanics may lurr you that "oo g yeh genuine waghaira kuch nai hota, yahee cheez company mai genuine keh k bechtay hain".

    You may go to any Toyota showroom's Parts section, tell him your car's model, he will provide you the pads, and get them installed from your own mechanic.

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    thnk u all for the advice , ill buy the genuine ones and get them installed from my mechanic
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    My experience. For so many jobs 3S workshops charge less labour than our workshop walla ustaad jee.
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