These Brake Pads Will Last Forever

These Brake Pads Will Last Forever, DIY life hacks and new vehicle review with auto mechanic Scotty Kilmer. Automobile life hacks. Automobile brake pads that will last a long time. How to make brakes last forever. The best brake pads for cars, trucks and SUVs. These brake pads will last a really long time. Long lasting Brake pads. Brake pads review. Car advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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    • +DeadGameTech Same here, I’d never buy ceramic unless I planned to use the car for quiet surveillance ops. Other than that, I need the car to stop whether the brakes are hot or cold, once ceramic heats up, you’re done.

    • +Damian Santos That’s a big difference. If the IS is RWD/AWD that right there means that it’ll cost more to maintain/repair if you plan to keep it a long time. The Corolla just has ATF/manual gearbox fluid if it’s a standard tranny and no RWD components to maintain. Also less bells and whistles means less things can break. But the IS probably has a lot more power. Depends on what you want out of a car, the Corolla is more for people that have money and want to keep it (like me) like 50% or more of people that buy luxury cars can’t even afford the payments. I’d go with the Corolla, or even a Yaris which is better than a Corolla (the old Yaris, not the new Mazda2 Yaris).

    • +Caden Brown Why would anyone buy a GM product?? ? Not even their trucks are any good. Ford makes better trucks. I’d get rid of it if I were you. Nothing but money pits. Get yourself a Toyota or Honda.

    • Going to replace my front pads and rotors with Duralast Gold, replace the caliper hardware (guides, guide pins, caliper mounting bolts), change the brake fluid, and replace the brake master cylinder cap and gasket.

  2. This guy wastes more time than explaining small thing

  3. Abdur Hedgespeth

    Hey Lancer are not bad car, the previous generation of Lancer won Britain’s most reliable small vehicle. I have one my self it been really trouble free for me as long as you get the maintenance for it.

  4. I’m sorry, are you being deliberately provocative? …how can you say something will last forever, that’s a clear lie. Absolutes are an essential basis of life and logic dictates that nothing lasts forever.

  5. chuck thompson

    I wished you lived next door. I am sure we would be good friends. I am one HELL of a cook.

  6. Scotty im looking for a Chevy Cobalt SS supercharged, manual 5 speed for 5 grand. What do you think

  7. Learnhowtogaurdup

    Been thinking about getting a nissan maxima(heard they were the best nissan has to offer), is this a good buy?

  8. Nothing lasts forever.

  9. Autozone out here dont do that anymore. They make you buy new ones.

  10. Scotty, can I have Your work address? I need a good mechanic. I live in Spring area but I will drive

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