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Ebc brakes and rotors???????

Does anybody have or had EBC Brakes n Rotors? I'm shopping for drilled and slotted rotors with ceramic brakes I just wanted hands on review for them thanks all
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I have EBC rotors and Green stuff pads on my Ram 1/2 ton, much better feel and response than stock.
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I have EBC rotors and Green stuff pads on my Ram 1/2 ton, much better feel and response than stock.
How long have you had them and are they good quality?
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everything is so no biggie... even t1r(any import guy knows who they are) are made in taiwan
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EBC seems like a good brake and rotor brand they are just as much $$ as OEM or other brakes and rotors I think I'm going with them
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Chill they have a website I have been researching them they make brakes for almost everything.......been in biz for 30 years!!!! racing applications.....im sold if they crack and I crash you can say you told me so deal?
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Have had them on for about 4 months, and they are made in Europe, which by the way has a higher standard than the US. Most aftermarket motorcycle pads are EBCs, even ones used by the dealers. Green stuff is the type of pad they sell. I have had more problems with replacement rotors from sores being bad than good due to the quality of the central American made parts. EBC rotors are not drilled they are dimpled and slotted to reduce heat which can warp rotors and have a lifetime warranty. Was pulling a loaded car hauler and had to stop because some douchbag panicked at a yellow and slammed on the brakes, I stopped without incedent, might not if I had the cental American store brakes.
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they aren't an ebay thing, autoanything.com sells them



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