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I need to have my rear brake rotors, pads, and sensors replaced on my 2010 Range Rover HSE with standard 19 in wheels and 91,000 miles. I found a local shop that will do the labor if I provide the parts. The labor is approx. $150 to do the rears.

Option I. The cost is $266 for the rears only. I'm not sure if the sensor is compatible, however.

https://www.carid.com/2010-land-rover-range-rover-brake-parts/powerstop-euro-stop-premium-plain-brake-kit-88883917.html

Option II: This option is much less expensive at $138 for the rear rotors and pads:

https://www.carid.com/2010-land-rover-range-rover-brake-parts/centric-preferred-plain-brake-kit-207540618.html

Any other suggestions? I just want the same confident peddle feel that I get from my OEM parts...and of course avoid mushy brakes and squeaks. Although I'm open to paying more for OEM if you think that's the only way to go.

I don't have the know-how and tools to do the labor myself, sadly.
 

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I'll be getting the Akebono Ceramic Pads from Tire Rack and the Rotors from Atlantic British. At one stage I priced then rear out at $223.00. I used ceramics on my LR3 and they lasted for 100K miles.
 

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I went with the Akebono ceramic pads and I believe Power Stop rotors. Made a huge difference in performance, with zero noise and very little brake dust. The key to changing rotors is braking them in per the installation guide. Fail to due so will cause warped rotors... which is such a pain.

Very easy DIY job. Just standard tools needed. If you don't have a brake pad splitter (I think thats the name), you can use a giant flathead screwdriver to release pads from calibers.
 
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