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Who Makes Good Front Pads for Toyota Truck?


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I have 09 Tacoma.  Their OEM pads are great for stopping power, but they leave a dark residue on the wheel cover.  Any of you gentlemen have any suggs?

I typically get 4o,000 plus out of a set of OEM pads.  Like I said, they stop good, and they're easy on the rotors. 

Thanks in advance. 

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