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2014 Honda CRV Brake Pads

2014 Honda CRV Brake Pads

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Our 2014 honda CRV brake pads are meticulously designed to deliver performance-driven braking solutions, catering to the needs of discerning drivers who prioritize safety, reliability, and superior braking performance.

Parts: brake pad set
Brand: loosoo
Pad material: ceramic/semi-metal/less metal
Recommended use: OEM replacement
Positionsr: Front and Rear
OE Numbers: 43022T0GA01,45022T0AA01,45022SCVA01

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We offer customized brake pad solutions tailored to your specific driving needs, whether it's for towing, off-roading, or everyday commuting, ensuring optimal performance in any situation.

2014 Honda CRV Brake Pads

Dynamic Heat Dissipation

Our 2014 Honda CR-V brake pads are designed with advanced heat dissipation technology, effectively managing heat buildup and ensuring consistent braking performance, even during demanding driving conditions.

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All-Weather Reliability

Our 2014 Honda CR-V brake pads are engineered to deliver consistent and reliable braking performance in various weather conditions, ensuring safety and control whether it's rain or shine.

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Precision Machining

Each brake pad is precision-machined to exact specifications, guaranteeing a perfect fit and optimal performance for your 2016 Honda CR-V, giving you confidence in your vehicle's braking system.

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We offer customized brake pad solutions tailored to your specific driving needs, whether it's for towing, off-roading, or everyday commuting, ensuring optimal performance in any situation.

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FAQs of Brake Pad

How many years do brake pads last?

On average, brake pads typically last between 30,000 to 70,000 miles (48,000 to 112,000 kilometers).

How do you check brake pads for wear?

Visually inspect the brake pads for thickness. Most brake pads have a wear indicator slot in the middle. If the pad thickness is close to or below this slot, it's time to replace them.

Brake pad replacement cost

The cost of brake pad replacement can vary depending on several factors, such as the make and model of your vehicle, the quality of the brake pads you choose, and the labor rates in your area.

How long do brakes last?

On average, brake pads can last anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles, while brake rotors can last between 50,000 to 70,000 miles

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