2007 Ford Focus Brake Pads

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        Duralast Semi-Metallic Brake Pads MKD1044 for 2007 Ford Focus
        • Part # MKD1044
        • SKU # 649254
        • Location: Front

        Notes: Ceramic, *Includes noise-reducing shims

        • PRICE: 35.99
        • Location:: Front
        • Outer Pad Overall Thickness: 17.3mm
        • Inner Pad Friction Material Thickness: 16.7mm
        • Pad Wear Sensor Included: No
        • FMSI Number: D1044
        • Friction Material Attachment: Bonded
        • Chamfered Edges: Yes
        • Pad Shims Included: Yes
        • Inner Pad Width: 155mm
        • Outer Pad Height: 67mm
        • Abutment Clips Included: No
        • Pad Quantity: 4
        • Friction Material Composition: Ceramic
        • Backing Plate Color: Black
        • Pad Shim Color: Black
        • Outer Pad Friction Material Thickness: 16.7mm
        • Mounting Hardware Included: No
        • Adhesive Backed Pad Shim: No
        • Prepared For Pad Wear Sensor: No
        • ECE-R90 Certified: No
        • Inner Pad Height: 62mm
        • Slotted: Yes
        • Backing Material: Steel
        • Outer Pad Width: 156mm
        • Pad Shim Material: RSR
        • Inner Pad Overall Thickness: 17.3mm
        • Friction Surface Scorched: No
        • Brake Lubricant Included: No
        • Grade Type: FF

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        Duralast Semi-Metallic Brake Pads MKD886 for 2007 Ford Focus
        • Part # MKD886
        • SKU # 411185
        • Location: Rear

        Notes: Semi-metallic, *Includes noise-reducing shims

        • PRICE: 31.99
        • Location:: Rear
        • Outer Pad Overall Thickness: 13.9mm
        • Inner Pad Friction Material Thickness: 13.3mm
        • FMSI Number: D886
        • Pad Wear Sensor Included: No
        • Friction Material Attachment: Bonded
        • Chamfered Edges: Yes
        • Pad Shims Included: Yes
        • Inner Pad Width: 87mm
        • Outer Pad Height: 43mm
        • Abutment Clips Included: No
        • Pad Quantity: 4
        • Friction Material Composition: Semi-metallic
        • Backing Plate Color: Black
        • Pad Shim Color: Black
        • Outer Pad Friction Material Thickness: 13.3mm
        • Mounting Hardware Included: No
        • Adhesive Backed Pad Shim: No
        • Prepared For Pad Wear Sensor: No
        • ECE-R90 Certified: No
        • Inner Pad Height: 43mm
        • Slotted: Yes
        • Backing Material: Steel
        • Outer Pad Width: 87mm
        • Pad Shim Material: RSR
        • Inner Pad Overall Thickness: 13.9mm
        • Friction Surface Scorched: No
        • Grade Type: FE
        • Brake Lubricant Included: No

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        Duralast Gold Ceramic Brake Pads DG1044 for 2007 Ford Focus
        • Part # DG1044
        • SKU # 649135
        • Location: Front

        Notes: Ceramic, *OE Performance with smooth, quiet stopping power, ultra-low dust

        • PRICE: 48.99
        • Location:: Front

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        Duralast Gold Semi-Metallic Brake Pads DG886 for 2007 Ford Focus
        • Part # DG886
        • SKU # 887774
        • Location: Rear

        Application: With rear disc brakes

        Notes: Semi-metallic, *OE Replacement *OE Performance with aggressive stopping power and longer life

        • PRICE: 51.49
        • Location:: Rear

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      Rear breaks

      Michael

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      I used them on 2007 Ford Focus, I'm not very pleased with how the break assembly was designed. Breaks are good. Just the breaks assembly on the car could of been better engineered. Old style with spring keepers was better.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Ford Focus

      I used them on 2007 Ford Focus, I'm not very pleased with how the break assembly was designed. Breaks are good. Just the breaks assembly on the car could of been better engineered. Old style with spring keepers was better.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Ford Focus