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Old 04-19-2001, 03:52 PM
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Have your tech "gauge" the rotors to verify that they are worn below minimum or warped. Do make sure you install new pads when you replace the rotors. Go with high quality parts. You may want to get him to change the brake fluid while he is on this job. It should not add too much more to the $ and I have found that it extends the life of the calipers.
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