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Rear brake pads are worn on 1999 lexus rx300 would like factory part number to find factory parts at cheaper price,other than dealer

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You won't get factory parts cheaper but you can get after market parts that meet factory specification's You want semi metallic pads because they last longer and don't wear out the rotors as bad as lifetime composite pads do. Also don't get ceramic pads because they will squeal if you do not know how to set them properly. You will need to turn the rotors too and that can be done at any parts store that supplies the pads, also be sure to put anti squeal on the back side of the pads and put the metal plates on so you don't get noise from the brakes.

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