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      05-05-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
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I am parting out my car and looking to sell my used Project Mu HC+ brake pads. I am also willing to trade for OEM E9x M3 (or comparable street) brake pads plus cash.

The retail price for front pads (PHFZ531) was $380. Retail price for rear pads (PHF1040) was $250.

My asking price is $380 plus shipping for the whole set; $230 plus shipping for the fronts; $150 plus shipping for the rears. OBO for any. Preference will be given to Southern California locals who can perform a pickup or swap at European Auto Source in Anaheim, CA.

I will take thickness measurements in the near future. Thanks!

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How much use? Are they brand new?
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How much use? Are they brand new?
Apologies. I should have made it clearer that these are used. I have no logged how many miles they've been through. But what I will do is take thickness measurements and post those alongside thicknesses of new pads. Thanks.
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Have you used these on a track? How long have you had it for? Any pictures?
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Have you used these on a track? How long have you had it for? Any pictures?
Hi. I've had the pads for a year (since May 2012). I have never used them on a track and they have most of their original thickness left. Pictures will be attached above, and I hope to take photos showing pad thickness (using a ruler) next week. Thanks.
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Hi. I've had the pads for a year (since May 2012). I have never used them on a track and they have most of their original thickness left. Pictures will be attached above, and I hope to take photos showing pad thickness (using a ruler) next week. Thanks.
Sorry for hacking your post but what size tires are on the rears?
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295/30/19 Michelin Pilot Super Sport in rear. 275/30/19 PSS in front.
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