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Fits: 70-74 Challenger, 71-75 Roadrunner, 71-77 Charger

PART# 1600391

Qty: Each

Fits: • 1961-1962 Chrysler Newport, • 1969-1971 Chrysler 300, • 1969-1973 Chrysler New Yorker, • 1969-1973 Chrysler Town & Country, • 1969-1973 Dodge Monaco ...

PART# HB643F.595

Retail: $63.81
Qty: Pair


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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Plymouth Roadrunner brake pads to ensure that you have every brake pad option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Plymouth Roadrunner brake pads, so that whether you are looking for cheap Plymouth Roadrunner brake pads or performance brake pads or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Plymouth Roadrunner brake pad needs!


There are certain things you can skimp on here and there when it comes to performance, but your brakes are not one of them. Maintaining predictable braking power is crucial, and brake pads are a major part of attaining this predictability. Driving your vehicle to its limits is one thing, but driving it beyond its brakes' limits is something no one should ever do under any circumstances. Even if you are simply replacing your factory brake pads, consider how you drive and then choose a brake pad that will give you the stopping performance you need under the extreme end of those circumstances.
Although ceramic brake pads are great at resisting brake fade and wear longer with less dusting, they weren't always considered a good option for high-performance driving. Today, many specialty performance brake manufacturers have created special ceramic compounds that are much better suited to the spirited driver. For more aggressive braking power on the track, however, we recommend carbon kevlar or aramid fiber compounds, as they will provide higher levels of friction. This comes at the cost of shorter brake component life, including the brake pads and rotors, but you've gotta pay to play!
Q: How do you install brake pads?
A: Brake pads are the easiest component in the brake system to install. Removal of your stock brake pads out of the caliper is needed before the new ones are installed. Your brake system should be bled after installing brake pads.

Q: Do brake pads come in set of 4?
A: Unless otherwise noted, brake pads are sold in pairs, meaning that you buy one set for the front and one set for the rear. Check product descriptions on our site for more details.

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