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GT3 Brake Pad Replacement Parts

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First, Loren, thanks for all your help in the past. Just wanted to let you know it is appreciated and I'm sure all the other folks you've helped feel the same way.

I'm getting rid of the OE "comfort" pads and installing Pagid RS 4-2-1, 2707 fronts and 2405 in the rear. My question is what other items I might need to complete the change as I already have the pads. I did notice on the pad replacement posting for the standard 996 suggested some replacement bolts, clips, etc. to be used during the installation. Can some of the hardware be reused?

Thanks again.

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Porsche recommends that you change them - that is a safe recommendation. I also know folks that change their pads every couple of weeks for track events and they don't change them unless they see wear. So, I guess if you are going to look at the hardware every few months then you can watch for wear. If you want to drive the car and not think about it until the pads are worn out then it might be wise to put in new parts (IMHO of course).

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