What brand of brake pads does a 2008 Mitsubishi outlander use?

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Asked by Oct 16, 2013 at 11:34 PM about the 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What brand of brake pads does a 2008 Mitsubishi outlander use? I have neen quoted $900
by a mitsubishi service centre(thieves) and an ordinary mecahnic shop siad $245 for
bendix pads.Are the bendix ok to be used/Thanks
Harry

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their both trying to rip you off !!! and there's no set brand to use,,, use the ones you think are the best,,, technically they come with a certain brand from the factory but that doesn't mean that's what they require though, Bendix would be fine to use if that's what you want to use, are these prices for the labor as well or just the pads? either way with or without the labor its a total rip off from either place,, go somewhere like Midas or somewhere reputable. I looked on Advance Auto and I took a guess that your truck was the XLS model figured that would be the most expensive brakes if there was a difference since that is the top trim of that vehicle and the most expensive scenario I found would be shy of 200 bucks for all four brakes, here's the link http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/PartSearchCmd?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&pageId=partTypeList&suggestion=&actionSrc=Form&langId=-1&searchTerm=brake+pads&vehicleIdSearch=428848&searchedFrom=header#storeId=10151&langId=-1&catalogId=10051&vehicleIdSearch=428848&isAllVehicle=false&navigationPath=&sortBy=3&searchTerm=brake+pads&pageId=ajaxPartList&category=&l1_categoryId=&l2_categoryId=&partType=&beginIndex=0&filterValue=vehicleId1%3A428848*exact&prCnt=3&pageSize=50&filters=&selectedPartNumber=&qty=1&ship2HomeClicked=

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and firestone is running a 100 dollar per axle special which includes a 12 month warrantee and included rotor resurfacing as well,, theres probably even better deals than that out there if you look but im not in your area so I cant know,,, mainly was just using this as an example that those places were trying to jack you is all, the 2nd place not so much I guess if they were going to install them as well as just sayin 245 for the pads alone, but were they resurfacing your rotors? heres a good tip,, if any place says you need new anything tell them you want to see your parts before they do anything to make sure it needs it and then request your parts after they do the work to insure that they actually did the work. might sound overkill or asinine, but you would be surprise how many jobs are charged for that never even get done, true story, an no offense but if your a woman they will really try to get over on you

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advace also had brakes for 30 to 50 bucks per axle ( 60-120 all four wheels)

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Hello Yodaman I have 2005 Endeavor and just this past summer i have installed rear Bendix brakes. I advised to turn rotors. ( i did) So far so good after 4.500 miles. Here in Canada prices are bit different, but i paid around $ 50.00 for set. Hope this will help.

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Thanks for all the responses.The $245 is including labour Daniel.This gives me a rough idea on what and what not to do ! Thanks heaps ! H

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not a problem,,, might wanna take firestone up on that special over that other shop though, seeing as they do an included rotor resurfacing for free, but what ever ya do don't go to that stealership lol that is just flippin outrageous

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If you know anything about mechanics, you can do this yourself for about $40.00. It does not take many tools and is easy to do. It would take you longer to jack the car up than change the front pads. There are only a couple of bolts holding the calipers on. You will need a C-clamp to press the piston in to allow it to go over the disc with new pads. Yes you are getting ripped off,

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MKD866 wearever brake bads available at advance auto parts or carquest

49.99 for gold series pads and 19.99 for silver series pads lifetime warranty on both sets of pads too.

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