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Username Post: Rear brake pads won't fit        (Topic#360999)
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05-17-20 02:32 PM - Post#2794043    

Tried to replace rear pads, but new ones wouldn't fit with old clips and new ones weren't provided. What's up with that? 2015 Impala LTZ.

Edited by C10KLee on 05-17-20 02:33 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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05-17-20 04:19 PM - Post#2794053    
    In response to C10KLee

Kinda vague here, in what way do they not fit.

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05-20-20 05:40 AM - Post#2794259    
    In response to C10KLee

What brand? How do the new pads compare to the old pads? They should be exactly the same. If not, them back and take the old ones with you to compare to another set.
I've learned nowadays to buy OEM GM brake pads. More expensive, but they fit and last a lot longer.

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Edited by BigDogSS on 05-20-20 05:41 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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05-21-20 03:22 AM - Post#2794361    
    In response to BigDogSS

I have been using Wagner brakes for several years now.


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