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Old 02-14-2002, 08:46 PM
Ken300D Ken300D is offline
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If you have the time, I would jack up each side again and remove the wheels to inspect the pads and other components yourself. It would make you feel more assured about their condition.

I would probably do this to see if there were any pad damage. I'm thinking in terms of a pad breaking on you, maybe twisting around and grinding for awhile. Not the metal part, but the pad material sometimes breaks.

Naturally you would get to make sure all the other components of the wheel and hub are OK. Like the pins that hold the brake pads in place, etc.

If you do find something happened, let us know.

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