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Dealer said my rears are at 3mm and they'd probably have to resurface my rotors too. I said "at less than 12K miles?" and he said he's seen some that needed them at 8K. WOW. Honestly, I don't run my TH hard since it's my DD plus the ongoing pandemic it's really been sitting for the last 9 months. Anyone else with a similar experience?
 


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My 16 HC Challenger had over 20,000 miles, and still had original pads...
 


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Seems premature for sure, especially for the rears. Maybe youre a hard braker? I've heard the stock pads do a number on the rotors, especially if you stand on the brakes a lot.
 


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Our DSRT (roughly similar??) is approaching 15,000 miles and has a lot of pad left, and the rotors are in good shape. It gets driven in a "spirited" fashion.

But to be honest, we did switch to the Z26 pads, and they are generally considered to be a less aggressive pad than the O.E. pads.

Pictures of your rotors would help.
 


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I’d look for a reputable service guy. Not necessarily a dealer either.
 


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My 2015 has 15k on the Z26 pads and they have a lot of life left. I’d get a second opinion.
 


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Z26 pads here also and everything looks good.
I know the Brembo pads bite harder and maybe wear faster. Miles on them seems low to wear out though
 


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Dealer said my rears are at 3mm and they'd probably have to resurface my rotors too. I said "at less than 12K miles?" and he said he's seen some that needed them at 8K. WOW. Honestly, I don't run my TH hard since it's my DD plus the ongoing pandemic it's really been sitting for the last 9 months. Anyone else with a similar experience?
Less than 12k..and the fronts are fine?..that just doesn't happen
 


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Check em yourself ,I would say.
 


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I'd get a 2nd opinion. Especially since it's the rears. I honestly don't see how anyone could wear rears out before the fronts. I currently have 26k miles on the original Bembos and I live in the Atlanta area. I've been stuck in traffic more than a few times. I'm sure the M6 helps greatly, but still that seems extremely odd even for a Auto.
 


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Perhaps there is an issue with the traction control system which is prematurely wearing out the rear pads
 


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Seriously, pictures.
 


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Perhaps there is an issue with the traction control system which is prematurely wearing out the rear pads
My '04 terminator did this because of traction control.
 


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Note the wear strip on the pad, this is at ~15K miles.
 


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My '04 terminator did this because of traction control.
Hey Mike, what exactly was the issue with your T/C?
 


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Hey Mike, what exactly was the issue with your T/C?
I never tried to dignose it. I just hit the button and cancelled it every time I drove it. It never did it again with the T/C cancelled. There was no softwear to use at that time.
 


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