Wowie why didn't you buy the $25 ones from kragen.com? WOW. BTW slhondaparts.com sells the factory drums for ~90each.Alpine3 said:I took my drums in to have them turned and they were already ground beyond acceptable tollerance levels. I managed to find after market drums for $90.00 each as opposed to the $250.00 best price I could find for OEM.
Changing the brakes was not too hard except getting the springs on and off.
Anyone know if there is a DIY on doing the front brakes as well?
I would say yes. Mine don't make a peep now.2000-va-ody said:Do the $25 Bendix drums from kragen fix this noise problem?
We have a 2000 Odyssey EX, 112k miles, have been getting major rear brake fade. No pulsing, just major fade. Should we buy new drums, convert to disk from a 2002-2004 model? If we buy new drums, brand? Thankschiody said:Eventually the noises may return. There is a TSB regarding replacement drums.
I had new drums mailed from our favorite Honda dealer in the NE (usually the first one you get when you Google "Honda Parts"):cnn said:
2. Squeaky and Groaning noise in REAR Drum when COMING TO A STOP (like a SCHOOLBUS):
a. Honda TSB 03-013 advises to change REAR Drums:
However I doubt it.