I have been meaning to change my brake pads for 6 weeks now. I didn't think I needed them but with 30,000 miles just wanted to do them before the cold weather. So with some free time on Saturday figured I would do them instead of fishing. Well took the front wheels off and took a look, I would say with out breaking out the micrometer, compared to the new ones their is 2/3 of material left, before the sensor. Wheels back on, kayak on the roof and off to a nearby lake.
So my question think I should still do them now before the cold, or wait until the spring/ summer, comparing to the new pads I would venture to say another 20,000 would not be unheard of.
50,000 mile pads? I don't think I ever had a set of fronts last longer then 15,000, my last truck it was every 10 for the front, (but the back did have 120,000 when I got rid of it
Well off to try the salt today.