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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    I just picked them up lastweek but didn't open it yet. I'll be bringing them to Jimmy in a few weeks to have them installed. If anything, Nextmod says I can bring them back for a refund but they sounded promising that its oem.

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by gotak View Post
    Were they really OEM stuff? Seems extremely good deal compared to dealship prices.
    +1

    I doubt those are OEM.
    They could meant OEM alike...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMP3 View Post
    +1

    I doubt those are OEM.
    They could meant OEM alike...
    Yeah you're probably right. I just checked and I got the Vortex High performance brake pads (the same process that OEM manufacturers use. Made with Higher Quality Graphite-Metallic Carbon Fibre Compound.) Well...hopefully these are good enough.

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    Hey Guys,
    just wondering if prices went really up.
    just called nextmod yesterday and they were quoting me $500 cash for OEM.
    I asked for front and rear pads and rotors.
    is this reasonable. reading the thread some people paid under $400
    lmk

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    get maxbrakes from richmond hill. less than half the cost. search here, tons of threads of people posting good things

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan2.3 View Post
    get maxbrakes from richmond hill. less than half the cost. search here, tons of threads of people posting good things
    WTF, never even heard of them.

    Nextmod is not OEM, maybe OEM replacement...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    WTF, never even heard of them.

    Nextmod is not OEM, maybe OEM replacement...
    You've never heard of them? someone comments on them in literally every new thread that comes up about needing new brakes.

    regarding Nextmod, i didn't say they were OEM. if he really wants OEM, he should go to a sponsored dealer, but if he was considering OE replacement from NextMod, i was saying go Max brakes

    but if

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    OP, if you are buying OEM parts from dealership.
    Go to MOT or Dixie 401 Mazda, they offer discount to TM3 members.
    I always get 15-20% off when mentioning TM3 discount.

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMP3 View Post
    OP, if you are buying OEM parts from dealership.
    Go to MOT or Dixie 401 Mazda, they offer discount to TM3 members.
    I always get 15-20% off when mentioning TM3 discount.
    +1. The parts department at MOT applied the discount to my OEM rotors when buying from them last fall. Always very helpful there and they always apply the TM3 discount

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiewan View Post
    +1. The parts department at MOT applied the discount to my OEM rotors when buying from them last fall. Always very helpful there and they always apply the TM3 discount
    +1
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan2.3 View Post
    You've never heard of them? someone comments on them in literally every new thread that comes up about needing new brakes.

    regarding Nextmod, i didn't say they were OEM. if he really wants OEM, he should go to a sponsored dealer, but if he was considering OE replacement from NextMod, i was saying go Max brakes

    but if
    Nope I haven't...are you that someone?

    I know, that second line was in response to something above but I lazily didn't quote it.

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    Default Re: OEM Pads/Rotors/Service Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiewan View Post
    +1. The parts department at MOT applied the discount to my OEM rotors when buying from them last fall. Always very helpful there and they always apply the TM3 discount
    I have had consistent problems with MoT applying proper discounting. I ended up going to 401 Dixie - zero issues getting the 20% discount and the rotors were priced less before discount than MoT. MoT said it was only 15% discount when I had called them.


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