You can find the Akebono ProAct ceramic pads much cheaper than $70 per axle. Here are the front pads for a 2013 Focus at Amazon for $50.23.I'm about due for a set of pucks myself. Was thinking about trying out a set of Ceramics. Worth the $70/axle?
Agreed. I want to replace the pads now so do not have to cut the rotors.Kind of off topic, but just had my 2012 Focus inspected last night. It passed with 47,209 miles on the odometer with the original rotors and brake pads. That's crazy! The most I've gotten on brake pads/rotors with other cars I've owned in the past was around 35k. And my brakes make no noise, no vibration what so ever.