• June 2, 2019 at 6:27 pm#89872
    Tom Ham

    On a typical car how much labor time does your shop normally estimate for:

    Pad and rotors (2 wheels) __________ ?

    Caliper, pads, and rotors (2 wheels) __________?

    Thanks in advance!

    Tom - Shop Owner since 1978

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    June 4, 2019 at 8:59 pm#89952
    Sherman Bird

    I never give just one bid. The climate that exists is that current customers feel the need to be in control, even if they haven’t a clue the ramifications of just how important brakes are to life. I get prices on factory parts (most expensive), premium aftermarket parts (slightly cheaper, and then run-of-the mill aftermarket parts (cheapest). Per Terry Greenhut, I give radically differing warranties and let the customer decide on just how long they wish to be warranty covered. In today’s world, warranties are for sale on everything. You would be surprised how many opt for top-shelf factory parts.

    June 6, 2019 at 9:21 am#90005
    Tom Schmitzer

    Typically, 1.5 pads and rotors, 2.5 w/ calipers.

    June 11, 2019 at 9:49 pm#90145
    Matthew Potter

    We use 1.2 for pads & rotors and .2 for each additional caliper. There are always special circumstances depending on the vehicle type though. 

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