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Old 03-13-2019, 09:23 AM #1
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OEM Brake Pads?

I've searched the information stickies and for some reson the OEM Front brake pad part number is no where to be found. I keep getting different numbers and/or part numbers that hav been changed over the years on the Toyota parts websites. Anyone know for a 1996 limited with 16" factory wheels part number would be? 0446535240 Or will 04465-AZ103 work?
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I've searched the information stickies and for some reson the OEM Front brake pad part number is no where to be found. I keep getting different numbers and/or part numbers that hav been changed over the years on the Toyota parts websites. Anyone know for a 1996 limited with 16" factory wheels part number would be? 0446535240 Or will 04465-AZ103 work?
The 0446535240 are the original semi-metallics that your truck came with, 04465-AZ103 are ceramic replacements. I prefer semi-metallics, even though they're twice the price.
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The 0446535240 are the original semi-metallics that your truck came with, 04465-AZ103 are ceramic replacements. I prefer semi-metallics, even though they're twice the price.
10-4, the $90 set it is then. Thanks for the help.
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The 0446535240 are the original semi-metallics that your truck came with, 04465-AZ103 are ceramic replacements. I prefer semi-metallics, even though they're twice the price.
Me too. Maybe ceramics have improved (I don't know - haven't bought them in a while), but when they first came out, and the first few times after that, when I bought them, I despised them. Sure, they stop better. But since physics can't be defeated, that comes at a price - they eat up rotors much faster.

And then there was that godawful brake dust, that seemed to weld itself onto the wheels. I normally wash my tires and wheels with Blechewhite (sp?). It does a great job at cleaning the tires and removing brake dust. But with ceramic brake dust, I have to get out a spray can of brake cleaner and a brass brush to actually remove it.

I went back to using semi-metallics, and even though they produce noticeably more brake dust, it is very easy to remove. Oh, and I don't have to replace my rotors very often at all, anymore.

Maybe ceramic pads have improved lately, but I don't feel like risking the money to find out and maybe still be very disappointed.
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Hate to revive an old thread but just wondering if anyone is running these OEM ceramic pads and how they compare to the original semi-metallics?

1996-2002 4RUNNER Front Brake Pads Genuine Toyota Ceramic 04465-AZ103 | eBay

I have Akebono ceramics on my IS300 and dislike the lack of grab when they're cold so I can only imagine how much worse it could be with a much heavier SUV.
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I put some EBC "green stuff" pads on my wife's 5800lb Range Rover Sport and they do very, very well. Light, easy to clean brake dust too. They should handle a 3500lb 4runner.
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Hate to revive an old thread but just wondering if anyone is running these OEM ceramic pads and how they compare to the original semi-metallics?

1996-2002 4RUNNER Front Brake Pads Genuine Toyota Ceramic 04465-AZ103 | eBay

I have Akebono ceramics on my IS300 and dislike the lack of grab when they're cold so I can only imagine how much worse it could be with a much heavier SUV.
If I remember correctly, there's two kinds of brake pad kits offered by Toyota for our vehicles. One is a simple pad kit (which looks like the link above) and the other is a brake kit with pads, shims & grease. I went with the latter kit 4 years ago. I have minimal wear on the pads and great performance, especially when cold or wet. Also have OEM Tundra rotors for extra heat tolerance. I never have to even think about my braking anymore.
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I put some EBC "green stuff" pads on my wife's 5800lb Range Rover Sport and they do very, very well. Light, easy to clean brake dust too. They should handle a 3500lb 4runner.
The Greenshits for 4Runners are very dusty. I've run them on my 3rd gen and on a GX470, even their more expensive "virtually dust free" line of Greenshits are very dusty.
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