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I started looking for the caliper plates that are rusting in my SF. I will be replacing everything short of the calipers themselves. I have ordered rust free slotted driller rotors with carbon metallic pads for all four wheels.

Only these hardware clip don't come with them. Local Hyundai wants $10 a piece ($40 front set), $13 each for the rear ($56 for the 4 rear pieces). Why they're not sold as a set is maddening.

I see some sets on Rockauto etc but still not cheap. Some pads include them but I am not using those pads. I yet to buy or get the dealer to do anything on my vehicle due to their extreme prices.

I'll have the parts in a few days except to these plates. It sounds like they are not using stainless steel if the OEM pads are coming with them.

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Any chance you could get them at Napa or PartSource?

I've always bought pads that include the clips.
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Parts choice local the cheapest. 48$ for front and rears, CARQUEST $70

Still a lot for some tin. If it were stainless at least they'd last a while longer.

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Anyway with local taxes it will be $300 all in for these fine rotors and carbon pads which was a no cost upgrade.

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I posted about these in another brake thread earlier this year. Couldn't find it and had to hunt myself again. Anyway I have these on my wife Jeep Compass and not a problem. Not I talk the walk and doing as I suggested to others as my brakes are acting up, binding, shuddering despite re servicing them and a lot of rust pitting on the rear rotors now. I am tire of pull them apart.

I am going to look for a different grease that is at least water proof. I had used for a decade the Green caliper grease by Permtex (spelling guess). I does not stop pins nor plates from rusting, Hence useless despite their claim for calipers. This should put that issue now to rest and I can focus on other repair point after. I believe my sway bar links are worn from some of the sounds I am hearing. So most likely doing the front at least this fall.

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Tripplec - at that price I think I would just clean up the old ones with a file or sand paper until they were nice and shiny and then put some brake lube on them and reuse. It seems really expensive to replace them for sure. Any pads I've bought in the past came with new ones, so I never had to buy them separately.


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don't buy slotted driller rotors. They look fancy but eat the brake pads much faster. You may also have uneven rotor problem such as slightly lose wheel balancing on highway.

metallic pads turn out to be noiser than ceramic and make your rim dirty. ceramic pads are the best, clean and quiet, which are used as most of OEM pads, and that's why OEM ones are expensive

You'd better return them and order regular rotor and ceramic pads. You can search on Rockauto or some of Korean OEM-like parts on ebay for lower cost. And most of there pads come with new hardware kit.

You may also need to clean and lube the caliper pins. Silicone brake lubricant is the only thing that you can use for pins, for long lasting and don't get siezed.

Check the brake fluid and see if you need bleeding.

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I am going to look for a different grease that is at least water proof. I had used for a decade the Green caliper grease by Permtex (spelling guess). I does not stop pins nor plates from rusting, Hence useless despite their claim for calipers.
For your pad and clips where they contacts the brackets.


For your slide pins.
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Thanks, I doubt the caliper get that hot, ouch. I had a look in PartSource and they did not have any really good suitable grease. I some that was waterproof rated but 550F for a Lucas Red Tacky high end grease with rusting protecting etc. Going to check Canadian Tire for something next.

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Tripplec - at that price I think I would just clean up the old ones with a file or sand paper until they were nice and shiny and then put some brake lube on them and reuse. It seems really expensive to replace them for sure. Any pads I've bought in the past came with new ones, so I never had to buy them separately.


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Yeah, I have to agree with you. I go a file and going to clean up the plates as smooth as possible and use a waterproof grease for sure this time as well. Next time I buy pads I'll check for the plates which clearly are NOT stainless steel being that they are changes with OEM pads. (for those who buy oem)

I can get them from RockAuto for about $20 plus shipping etc which I could live with but will wait and maybe add them to other items I may need to eat the shipping cost.

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