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    Question brake pads query

    AlSalamAllikum.

    Need a little help from Pakwheels fellows.

    I own an old model (1991) Toyota Crown Royal Saloon. I have to buy the break pads of this car, as old ones are worn off. Now, I wanted to ask, what would be the price of the pads and is there different types of pad available? If so,what type of pads are good?

    Kindly enlighten me on this matter. I don't know a thing about this


    P.s: tell me the price of four pads.

    "If you are driving at the speed of light and you turn on your headlights, what happens?

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    visit Mehran Autos Rawalpindi.
    Do not go for anything other than genuine brake pads. no compromise when it comes to brakes

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    Thanks for your suggestion. And yeah, no compromise when it comes to brakes, that's why I started this thread. But, No body replies here, you made an exception.

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    as haroon sb said - always opt for OE brake pads (in this case toyota branded parts) or second choice would be OEM suppliers - akebono etc.

    it is also critical to make sure you service the brakes correctly with correct application of lubricants and pastes, also ensure the brake fluid is completely flushed out every year.
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    Copy that! Thanks for your suggestions, bhai. I will definitely go for OE brake pads.
    "If you are driving at the speed of light and you turn on your headlights, what happens?

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    please make sure your mechanic does not use his general "grease ki dibbi" anywhere on the calipers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    as haroon sb said - always opt for OE brake pads (in this case toyota branded parts) or second choice would be OEM suppliers - akebono etc.

    it is also critical to make sure you service the brakes correctly with correct application of lubricants and pastes, also ensure the brake fluid is completely flushed out every year.
    Sir is it for evry car to flush out brake fluid every year?? didnt flushed brake fluid from last 4 years.

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    Okay, he will be under my nose, but that means kay grease us ko lay kar dayni ho ge, to which grease should I buy? O_o
    Never thought that grease could make a difference. Thanks for informing :')
    "If you are driving at the speed of light and you turn on your headlights, what happens?

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