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[Canadian Tire] Brembo Pads/Rotors BOGO 1/2 price + $25 mail in rebate + Nov 3rd 20x/30x CT Money

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[Canadian Tire] Brembo Pads/Rotors BOGO 1/2 price + $25 mail in rebate + Nov 3rd 20x/30x CT Money

Not a big advocate of Canadian Tire but those in the market that are looking for pads and rotors for their car, Canadian Tire has a good deal on Brembo this week (pg 48 of their flyer)

Deal is even better if take advantage of their 1-day 20x/30x CT Money back offer for this Saturday Nov 3 only.

1) Brembo pads and rotors are on sale this week for BOGO 1/2 price (or 25% off)
2) Currently there is a $25 online mail in rebate when you purchase 2 Brembo rotors + a set of Brembo pads (www.brembopromotions.ca)
3) Buy them this Saturday Nov 3 to take advantage of their 20x/30x CT Money back offer
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I know in the past Brembo has had an awesome reputation for quality brakes. I have always wondered if the Canadian Tire line of Brembo's is a value line or if it's the same level of quality?
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Too bad the mail in promo requires purchase of not only the pad set but rotors too.....many only buy the pads unless they really waited too long allowing the rotors to gouge or warp.....
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No Brembo rotors for 2011 civic or pilot?
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Can anyone attest to the quality and brake noise of these brakes?

It seems that they have limited parts stock for different models of vehicles as per online. I can only get the rear rotors for my Edge? Weird
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gves02 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 12:44 pm
Can anyone attest to the quality and brake noise of these brakes?

It seems that they have limited parts stock for different models of vehicles as per online. I can only get the rear rotors for my Edge? Weird
Stick to OEM if possible.
A rear set of Motorcraft for my Explorer Sport was $112.
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vkizzle wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:17 pm
Stick to OEM if possible.
A rear set of Motorcraft for my Explorer Sport was $112.
$112 for rear pads? You can buy a brand-name set for less than half that price delivered to your door from RockAuto.com.
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GT!! wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:52 pm
$112 for rear pads? You can buy a brand-name set for less than half that price delivered to your door from RockAuto.com.
Lol, show me an example from RA at CAD $112 all in.
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vkizzle wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:17 pm
Stick to OEM if possible.
Have you seen the OEM brand at Canadian Tire Face With Tears Of Joy
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These are value series Brembo.
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For my car, they have front pads and rear rotors only. Odd.
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Hi all, I'm a long time lurker, never had an account but after seeing this post I decided to create an account to spread awareness.

These Brembo pads and rotors are not true to the name (they are not made in Germany, they are made in China). They have a high copper over ceramic particles and are guaranteed to squeal shortly after installation. Besides the squealing, the amount of dust these things give off is ridiculous.
I personally would not waste money on them because you cannot return for a refund after installation.
The only thing CanadianTire will do is honour the warranty for up to 2 years. The warranty covers Squealing, cracking and laminate peeling (if the pad part detaches from the metal bracket).
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vkizzle wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:17 pm
Stick to OEM if possible.
A rear set of Motorcraft for my Explorer Sport was $112.
Are those the ones with the Lifetime Warranty? As long as you can prove that the work was done correctly they'll swap them for you. I remember Ford and AC Delco used to offer that but the AC Delco pads were Made in Mexico Trash.

All things considered it's a good deal.
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vkizzle wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:54 pm
Lol, show me an example from RA at CAD $112 all in.
You're kidding right???

Rockauto 2018 Ford Explorer Brakes

Lets skip the economy brands and jump to the Daily Driver. Take a look at the BOSCH QuietCast Ceramic's, $33.86 CAD. Shipping to Canada is a flat $15.68 CAD for international Economy (3 to 4 business days). These fit Explorer's from 2013 - 2018. Pre 2013 it looks like its $10 more... Plus it doesn't matter what trim you have, it looks like the rear pads are the same regardless of trim. I'd take the Bosch over the Canadian Tire house brand any day.

Even if you don't want the Bosch there are Power Stop, Raybestos, Centric, Monroe, ACDelco, Motorcraft, Akebono and Advics that are ALL less than what you paid...
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GT!! wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 1:52 pm
$112 for rear pads? You can buy a brand-name set for less than half that price delivered to your door from RockAuto.com.
Yeah, I paid $65 for my Made in USA Akebono rears, and those are supposed to be expensive. $112 sounds like a rip.
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