It is normal for the brakes to last a lot longer than that . I have 155,000
km on my 2000 Silverado, If you smell brakes I would be concerned about the
parking brake shoes. They are a separate little shoe on the inside of the
rotor. You have to pull the rotors off the truck to see them. There has
been problems with those shoes on the Silverado. Hope this helps. Scott
I don't think the lining on the mini trucks is quite as robust as on your
If you keep your calipers greased/free I honestly think you will never need
new pads on your truck though. There is just so much meat on the new pads
and rotors, it's an awesome design.
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