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    Mazda Still Using Ford Brakes?

    My 09 used Ford brakes (calipers and pads, at least) what does the new 17 use? Thanks.

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    Mazda is using their own brakes now, Mazda stamped. I have 60k on mine with zero issues, but I brake lightly and smoothly, torque my wheels properly, and still have 50% of pad remaining. YMMV

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    I have 40K on mine and the discs warped at around 30K. Replaced the rears but the brake shudder is still there around 70 mph which got better from 40 mph. Will need to replace the fronts too.

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