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  • Zayn Alsyahab
    It should take about 50,000 miles (more or less) for the thickness to 3 to 4 millimeters. It all depends on how aggressively and frequently you use your brakes so while 50k miles is average for many, 20k miles may be more realistic for some. Also, keep in mind that some brake pad materials last longer than others.18 May 2020
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