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  • TX69

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    Have a 99 Pathfinder that needs front pads. NAPA pads any good?
     

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    About as good as most. EBC makes some pretty agressive pads that make a noticeable difference on stock rotors if you're looking for better braking.
     

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    About as good as most. EBC makes some pretty agressive pads that make a noticeable difference on stock rotors if you're looking for better braking.

    No this car has touchy brakes as it is and everything thats on it right now it OE. Need some pads I can pick up retail and stick on to get the car going.
     

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    Several of the Napa parts are name brand parts in a Napa box. Right off the top of my head, Napa Gold filters are Wix filters with Napa branding/packaging. You'll be good to go with the Napa parts.

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    TX69

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    I've bought morse ceramic and Wagner on 4 different vehicles with good luck.

    Called a few deales to see which material the front pads are and they wouldnt'couldnt tell me. I see that they keep listing ceramic as the OE material but unsure if that is correct. I am not willing to experiment and just need the whatever the OE had installed from the factory.

    Anyone know?
     
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