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BMW F10 Brake Pads

BMW F10 Brake Pads

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Our brake pads are the result of extensive research and development, incorporating the latest advancements in braking technology to deliver exceptional performance and safety.

Parts: brake pad set
Brand: loosoo
Pad material: ceramic/semi-metal/less metal
Recommended use: OEM replacement
Replace original equipment number: 34 11 2 284 370,34 11 2 284 369,34 11 6 775 314,34 11 6 775 310,34 21 2 284 466,34 21 6 796 741,34 11 6 775 322
Interchangeable part numbers: 34 11 2 284 370,34 11 2 284 369,34 11 6 775 314,34 11 6 775 310,34 21 2 284 466,34 21 6 796 741,34 11 6 775 322

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We offer customization options for brake pads, allowing customers to tailor the braking performance to their specific driving needs and preferences.

BMW F10 Brake Pads

Enhanced Wet Weather Performance

The brake pads are designed to deliver reliable braking performance even in wet weather conditions, providing drivers with confidence and safety during rain or inclement weather.

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Compatibility with Performance Vehicles

Our brake pads are suitable for performance vehicles, offering the necessary stopping power and heat dissipation capabilities required for high-performance driving applications.

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Comprehensive Testing

Each brake pad undergoes comprehensive testing to ensure it meets stringent performance, safety, and durability standards, providing customers with a product they can trust.

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Compatible Models

Partially compatible with BMW 5 Series from 2011 to 2016. Please contact us for specific supported models.

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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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