I just had to replace the rear pads at 46000, they were almost completely worn out. I had a rear tire stem/sensor with a slow leak, when I took it to Firestone to get fixed they found the worn out pads. They wanted $174 to replace, so, after a stop at Advanced Auto, $43 and about a 1/2 hour of work at home I had them replaced. I checked the front pads and I probably have another 5000 miles or so left on them. Question, since I bought the Jeep used at 29,000 miles, do you think the fronts were replaced or do these Jeeps just wear out the rears faster?
FYI, I didn't get any noise from the rear warning me they were worn, and they were down to within a 1/32 of bare metal.
06 Red Jeep Commander 3.7L V6 "Manual QT2", RC 2" w/ Rusty's 1/4", 1-1/4" Wheel Spacers, Rubicon Moab Wheels, Grabber AT2 LT265/70-17 tires, Rocky Road Supersliders, Fastman Throttle-body, K&N Cold Air Filter, JBA Shorty Headers, Front Tow Hooks, 2" towing receiver front & rear, Wired for winch front & rear, ARB Onboard Air, Trans Temp Gauge, Aux Trans Cooler, Sport Roof Crossbars, Skid Plates, RS5010 Rear Shocks, JKS 2034 Front & 2001 Rear Disconnects
Last edited by cmdr jim; 01-27-2011 at 02:21 PM.