When you need new brake pads, you need them now, and comparing them can be difficult and time consuming because the differences don’t jump out at you. That’s where we come in. In this post, we’ll compare two types of EBC brake pads, Green Stuff and Yellow Stuff, and tell you how they differ and the benefits of each so you can make a decision that will work for your specific truck and driving conditions.
Comparing EBC Brakes: Green Stuff vs. Yellow Stuff
Green Stuff Brake Pads
EBC Brakes Green Stuff brake pads are designed for trucks that see heavy braking because they’re resistant to brake fade, which is when a brake pad loses stopping power due to excessive heat from heavy and/or repeated use. Green Stuff brakes also have the following benefits:
Designed for Heavy Braking: Brake pads resist brake fade on vehicles that see heavy braking.
Medium Dust: Less dust than OEM brake pads means low wear and tear on rotors.
“Brake-In” Coating: Brake pads are coated with a red “brake in” coating, so there is no need to break them in according to specific guidelines after installation.