Question about 2006 BMW L7
Havent changed in over 3 years, about 30k miles oem pads are best i dont see why you shouldnt get at least 25 k or more
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Brakes can vary in the amount of time that they last. For starters there are many diffrent grades of pads, the cheap pads last me about a month, but the good expensive pads last me 6-8months or so, and I drive really hard. So depending on how drive can determine how long they last. Usually you can replace your rear pads once for every two or three sets of front pads you replace as most of the braking work is done from the front. Pads are made intentionally to squeak when they are running down, so when you hear that squeak get em replaced, but if the rear's aren't squeaking just change the front and do the rears next time.
Hope this help
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