Today I finally got around to doing the brake job on my dad's 2010 Prius... He has around 115K miles on the original pads/rotors... They were shot (but still had SOME life left, believe it or not!). Mostly city driving too. Anywho... As always, I go with my centric rotors and Hawk HPS pads. I have used this combo on many cars and have always been happy with the quality, fitment and performance. I went ahead and did the rear brakes first, no issues. The front however, the pad thickness + rotor thickness prevented the caliper fully retracted over the combination. I thought maybe I messed something up, so I tried the other side. Same issue. I needed maybe 1mm to clear the pads/rotors. I made a call to my brother at Toyota and picked up OEM pads and a shim kit. The caliper fit perfectly fine and I was able to finish the job. I verified the pads were the correct ones on two websites... Part number was correct. Look like I got some faulty pads? On a side note, I love bleeding the brakes on a Prius! It runs a pump constantly once you open the bleed valve and does not even require anyone to pump the brake (although I still had someone to help out). I was able to bleed the system very quickly. Anyone else run into an issue with pads being too large like this? Now I have to setup a return with auto anything and hopefully they pay for shipping back as well.