2008 Ford Expedition Brake Pads

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    Duralast Semi-Metallic Brake Pads MKD1278 for 2008 Ford Expedition
    • Part # MKD1278
    • SKU # 41404
    • Location: Front

    Notes: Ceramic, *Includes noise-reducing shims

    • PRICE: 43.99
    • Location:: Front
    • Outer Pad Overall Thickness: 18.7mm
    • Inner Pad Friction Material Thickness: 18.4mm
    • Pad Wear Sensor Included: No
    • FMSI Number: D1278
    • Friction Material Attachment: Bonded
    • Chamfered Edges: Yes
    • Pad Shims Included: Yes
    • Inner Pad Width: 234mm
    • Outer Pad Height: 63mm
    • Abutment Clips Included: No
    • Pad Quantity: 4
    • Friction Material Composition: Ceramic
    • Backing Plate Color: Black
    • Pad Shim Color: Black
    • Outer Pad Friction Material Thickness: 18.1mm
    • Mounting Hardware Included: No
    • Adhesive Backed Pad Shim: No
    • Prepared For Pad Wear Sensor: No
    • ECE-R90 Certified: No
    • Inner Pad Height: 64mm
    • Slotted: Yes
    • Backing Material: Steel
    • Outer Pad Width: 235mm
    • Pad Shim Material: RSR
    • Inner Pad Overall Thickness: 19.0mm
    • Friction Surface Scorched: No
    • Brake Lubricant Included: No
    • Grade Type: FF

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    Duralast Brake Pads MKD1279 for 2008 Ford Expedition
    • Part # MKD1279
    • SKU # 41405
    • Location: Rear

    Notes: Ceramic, *Includes noise-reducing shims

    • PRICE: 36.99
    • Location:: Rear
    • Outer Pad Overall Thickness: 19.9mm
    • Inner Pad Friction Material Thickness: 20.4mm
    • Pad Wear Sensor Included: No
    • FMSI Number: D1279
    • Friction Material Attachment: Bonded
    • Chamfered Edges: Yes
    • Pad Shims Included: Yes
    • Inner Pad Width: 166mm
    • Outer Pad Height: 53mm
    • Abutment Clips Included: No
    • Pad Quantity: 4
    • Friction Material Composition: Ceramic
    • Backing Plate Color: Black
    • Pad Shim Color: Black
    • Outer Pad Friction Material Thickness: 19.3mm
    • Mounting Hardware Included: No
    • Adhesive Backed Pad Shim: No
    • Prepared For Pad Wear Sensor: No
    • ECE-R90 Certified: No
    • Inner Pad Height: 57mm
    • Slotted: Yes
    • Outer Pad Width: 166mm
    • Backing Material: Steel
    • Pad Shim Material: RSR
    • Inner Pad Overall Thickness: 21.0mm
    • Friction Surface Scorched: No
    • Brake Lubricant Included: No
    • Grade Type: FF

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    Duralast Gold Semi-Metallic Brake Pads DG1278 for 2008 Ford Expedition
    • Part # DG1278
    • SKU # 41423
    • Location: Front

    Notes: Ceramic, *Hardware Included *OE Performance with smooth, quiet stopping power, ultra-low dust *Replacement of hardware is highly recommended with every change of brake pads or shoes

    • PRICE: 67.99
    • Location:: Front

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    Duralast Gold Ceramic Brake Pads DG1279 for 2008 Ford Expedition
    • Part # DG1279
    • SKU # 41424
    • Location: Rear

    Notes: Ceramic, *OE Performance with smooth, quiet stopping power, ultra-low dust. Replacement of hardware is highly recommended with every change of brake pads or shoes.

    • PRICE: 49.99
    • Location:: Rear

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    Duralast Max Ceramic Brake Pads DGC1278 for 2008 Ford Expedition
    • Part # DGC1278
    • SKU # 61604
    • Location: Front

    Notes: Premium ceramic, *Better than OE Replacement *Upgrade to Duralast Max for PREMIUM quiet stops and lowest dust *Hardware included where required by OE

    • PRICE: 67.99
    • Location:: Front
    • Shim: Yes

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Brake pads are silent and smooth. I have always paired them with DL Gold rotors. I have gotten up to 65,000+ miles out of a set. Very reliable.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Ford Expedition

Brake pads are silent and smooth. I have always paired them with DL Gold rotors. I have gotten up to 65,000+ miles out of a set. Very reliable.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Ford Expedition