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So,if mine is four yrs old and has 16,800 miles (pretty tame) on it, when do I need to look at a change?
Servicing the pad edges with goo & changing to the improved pad spacers (and new rear pads) to address squeaking more so than having anything worn down to below service level. if you dont have squeaking no good reason to create a headache. Maybe consider bleeding out 4-5 year old brake fluid with fresh GM stuff. With a wheel off, and a pin pulled on the (Brembo) calipers, you can get a real good look at both pads and rotor condition inside n out.
 
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