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OEM Brake Pads

Does anyone know the part number for pads on a 03í GT?

Iím looking on RockAuto, but thereís numerous options. Iím just looking for the OEM ones if at all possible.

Front #ís

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If you go to your local parts store, they can discuss the different pad compounds with you. As for Rock Auto, any of the ceramic or organic compounds for the base GT ought to fill the bill. Be sure to follow the pad bed in/break in instructions if provided. Cheers!
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SO, you want everyone else to research it, and NOT you?

OE; go to the dealer.

OEM, go to a parts store.
No, I didnít want everyone else to research it. I was just simply asking if anyone KNEW what the numbers were off hand. And yes, I DID research it, but came-up with several part numbers as mentioned. Thanks
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If you go to your local parts store, they can discuss the different pad compounds with you. As for Rock Auto, any of the ceramic or organic compounds for the base GT ought to fill the bill. Be sure to follow the pad bed in/break in instructions if provided. Cheers!
Thanks for the advice
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Ford is the only place I think to get true OE parts. Sometimes you find them other places, but rarely as they are more pricey than non OE parts for the most part and most times non OE parts are equal or better.

Parts stores like NAPA, Advance Auto, Autozone, O'Reilly, and the like will be able to pull the right parts up by year, make, and model. I haven't used RockAuto before, but I would think they could do the same.

Hope this helps!
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Ford is the only place I think to get true OE parts. Sometimes you find them other places, but rarely as they are more pricey than non OE parts for the most part and most times non OE parts are equal or better.

Parts stores like NAPA, Advance Auto, Autozone, O'Reilly, and the like will be able to pull the right parts up by year, make, and model. I haven't used RockAuto before, but I would think they could do the same.

Hope this helps!
Thank you, MustangLife. I went with Centric from RockAuto.

Front #10308040 = $13.84

Rear #10306270 = $11.01
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Does anyone know the part number for pads on a 03í GT?

Iím looking on RockAuto, but thereís numerous options. Iím just looking for the OEM ones if at all possible.

Front #ís

Rear #ís

TIA
Should the need arise for factory part numbers in the future, go to https://www.oemfordpartsdirect.com
This site should be able to assist you.
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Should the need arise for factory part numbers in the future, go to https://www.oemfordpartsdirect.com
This site should be able to assist you.
Nice! This is exactly what I needed! For some reason the link wonít open. It says the address is invalid.

EDIT: never mind, I got it to work. Thanks a million!
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