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Just did my 30 k oil change and tire rotation .
While doing the work I decided to flashlight my brake pads , especially after all the horror stories and complaints I have read on here .
THEY ARE AT LEAST 3/4 BRAND NEW .
I am worried
WHAT AM I DOING WRONG !! After all the posts about less than 30k on pads and rotors , Toyota dropped the ball on brakes , tundra brakes are junk , ect ect .
Please advise .
Granted I only haul dead deer and personal seasonal 4 cords of firewood and really haven't towed anything. We have hills and this truck is my commuter daily .
Despite this clearly I am doing something wrong to have Sooo much brake component life left.
Ps , most of this post is in sarcasm .
I saw a post on FB where a guy needed brakes at 18k... I don't get it. We have pretty long lasting brakes.
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