I recently purchased a 2006 Mercedes E350 from a one owner business man. The car was well taken care of with all documentation for services rendered. The last service required the rear brake rotors to be turned and new pads installed. He declined the service probably due to selling the car. New rotors and pads were $325 for the rear; just replacement parts. I caught the 30% off sale at Brake Performance. I got the cross drilled and slotted rotors and pads for "ALL FOUR WHEELS" for $319 with the warranty and guarantee. Not only do they look good inside the wheel, if you depress the pedal a little too hard, your headed to the windshield!!! I was sold on this place three years ago when I bought the same parts for my Chevy Silverado!!!

Nicky G
Crosby, Texas

Good prices and tons of information on fitment and dimensions,

Wakefield pl nw rome, GA

This is exactly what I was looking for at a good price. I had rotor and pads for my trooper and they fit perfectly. No problems at all. I had to wait about eight days to get them, and that's because they had to drill and cut my rotors, but it was worth the wait.

Miami, Florida

It was the best decision I have made in a long time,I will tell my friends.

Mentor, Ohio