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Old 11-12-2002, 09:25 PM
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I don't mean to play the devil'* advocate here, but don't you have a 96? Those are listed as 99-00. I don't know if there was a change in design for the later years or not. The other thing to consider is that you COULD have gone 12". I'm assuming those are stock diameter at 10". If they fit, and they work well, tell us about it!
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They aren't the same p/n just the pic and price , but when you call them up they will giv you the orrect ones . I love them they stop a hell of alot better , except when the ABS kicks in ! But they are just soooooooo storn . When you first put them on they seem to stop really bad but after 250 miles they really do the trick and the pads that they sell also release about 90% less dust than the factory ones!
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Originally Posted by vze3r85p
They aren't the same p/n just the pic and price , but when you call them up they will giv you the orrect ones . I love them they stop a hell of alot better , except when the ABS kicks in ! But they are just soooooooo storn . When you first put them on they seem to stop really bad but after 250.00 they really do the trick and the pads that they sell also release about 90% less dust than the factory ones!
Silly Question... do you have the P/N ???
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Why would you go with Cross Drilled and Slotted without making the rotor bigger. You lose surface area. I have Powerslots and I love them with my Ceramic Pads. These probably are not of top quality. We shall see.

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damn hector , I told ya not to make me feel bad !
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