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My question for Scotty is, should i replace my brake pad & rotors for 2021 Toyota 4runner Nigthshade with after market(if you could recommend one that is better) or replace it with Toyota dealer which is around $1100 for the front&rear.

Also I have a 2009 Honda Odyssey ex-l. It was savage vehicle bought 2016. It only runs smoothly when i put a honda brake pads and rotor in it. I have tried many after market products like brembo, and 4 others products and they all failed tremendously with hard braking and hard/rough sounds and a continuous squeaky loud noise. I can't really afford going to the dealer when my vehicle barely worth $2500. I like my odyssey because it's the only vehicle that sustain my family of 8.

This topic was modified 6 days ago by Iluvmyboatcar
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Well I love ackimono brake pads. I have no problems with those. And ask for a rotors. There's many companies that make rotors just don't buy the cheapest ones. Buy the quality ones

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Thanks for the heads up on the multiple post!

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My question for Scotty is, should i replace my brake pad & rotors for Toyota 4runner Nightshade with aftermarket (if you could recommend one that is better) or replace it with Toyota dealer which is around $1100 for the front&rear.

Also I have a 2009 Honda Odyssey ex-l. It was savage vehicle bought 2016. It only runs smoothly when i put a honda brake pads and rotor in it. I have tried many aftermarket products like brembo, and 4 other products and they all failed tremendously with hard braking and hard/rough sounds and a continuous squeaky loud noise.

I can't really afford going to the dealer when my vehicle barely worth $2500. I like my odyssey because it's the only vehicle that sustain my family of 8.

You asked this same question over an hour ago,and you received an answer directly from Scotty. Perhaps you missed the following when you read the forum rules. Please take note for the future. Thank you. (Topics merged.)

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