Re: 99 F350 - ceramic or semi-metallic pads?
Well, they do well for the vehicles weight they were designed for, but if
you add extra weight, such as payload or trailer, they don't perform as
well, and get a vague feel pretty fast.
I've both read AND experienced it first hand with my '99 F350 and a 10,000
"Doctor John" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can you elaborate? I was told by the garage (Midas) that ceramics ran
> cooler, so I thought they would be best for heavy hauling, which is my
> situation. I sure appreciate any input on this as I have to make the
> decision by this Thursday AM. Thanks
> "Spdloader" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Don't go ceramic if you tow, or haul heavy weight.
>> "Doctor John" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> I'm replacing the disk pads all the way around on my 99 F350 superduty -
>>> I carry a lot of weight in this unit (its a dually with a dump bed) and
>>> anything to increase braking power would help. Are ceramics worth the
>>> extra costs? Thanks