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Brake Pads are sold as a set. Quantity of one (1) is for both wheels
WAGNER PD1184 Specifications
Abutment Clips IncludedYes
Chamfered EdgesYes
FMSI Number8301-D1184
Friction Material CompositionCeramic
Inner Pad Friction Material Thickness (IN)0.69
Outer Pad Friction Material Thickness (IN)0.69
Pad Shims IncludedYes
Pad Wear Sensor IncludedNo
ThermoQuiet; Ceramic; Includes Installation Hardware
Features & Benefits:
  • Proprietary formulation provides superior braking performance and reduced rotor wear, helping to cut down on brake dust
  • Application-specific design and a unique laser-shaped friction spreads out heat, sound and vibration for quieter operation
  • IMI™ technology integrates friction material, backing plate and insulator into the brake pad for a higher strength component
  • Superior formulation design dissipates heat for long-lasting friction performance and reduced brake fade
  • Features Wagner OE25™ zero-copper friction formulation is Eco friendly
  • Premium stainless-steel hardware included, where applicable
Organic vs. Ceramic vs. Semi-Metallic - What Is The Difference?

A common question many drivers have when shopping for brake pads is “What is the difference between the different brake pad materials?” While all brake pads will stop your vehicle, there are pros and cons of each pad material:

Brake Pad Material Cost Dust Level Noise Level Stopping Power Pad Life
$ Dust CloudDust CloudDust Cloud Speaker IconSpeaker Icon Stop Sign Hourglass Icon
$$ Dust CloudDust Cloud Speaker IconSpeaker IconSpeaker Icon Stop SignStop SignStop Sign Hourglass IconHourglass Icon
$$$ Dust Cloud Speaker Icon Stop SignStop Sign Hourglass IconHourglass IconHourglass Icon
Installation Tips
  • Suspend the caliper from the suspension using a Caliper Hanger to prevent damage to the brake hose
  • Apply Brake Lube to caliper pins, clips, the edges of the brake pad mounting tabs, and the back side of the brake pads to ensure noise free braking. DO NOT apply lube to the friction side of the brake pads
  • Use a Caliper Piston Compressor to retract the caliper piston(s) and make room for the new, thicker brake pads
  • Open the master cylinder reservoir during piston compression to prevent pressure buildup. Keep an eye on the Brake Fluid level to ensure it does not overflow
  • After the job is complete, pump the brake pedal several times to push the caliper piston back up against the pads to ensure proper brake function
Additional Resources

Tech Tip: Recommended Disc Brake Service Procedures
Tech Tip: Brake Pad Break-In (Burnish) Procedure
Tech Tip: Chamfers
Brake Pad Trouble Tracer Chart

Warranty Information:
24 Months / 24,000 Miles