I have 68000 miles on my 2006 GT, and the rear brakes are shot. The fronts are only 50% worn. I never had a vehicle before where the rears went out first, and that goes for two previous Mustangs that I have owned.
OT::kooky: Stop doing Burnouts only, this stresses the Rear Brakes
I told it, but no one was listening.
2010 Torch Red Mustang GT Coupe Auto, Premium, 400A Leather, Backup cam, Sport Springs 2007 Redfire Mustang V6 Coupe Auto, Tan Interior, FR Single Exhaust, FR CAI, FR PP Suspension,BAMA 91P Black Merc. Benz E-Class Manual (Daily Driver) 47MPG, 215.000mi
I decided to replace the pads on my 07 while I was installing red caliper covers. Front pads were maybe 50% worn but I replaced them with Bendix ceramic pads. Pretty straightforward. Rear drove me nuts for a bit until I found out that the pistons screw back in, not compress. But the issue here is premature rear pad wear. The drivers side rear pads was about 2/3 gone while the passenger side rear had maybe 20% life left. Car has about 47k and im guessing the pads are the originals.