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Old 08-02-1999, 01:41 PM
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I read your article on do it yourself E-class brake pad replacement and the process seemed relatively straight forward. Are W140 brakes similar to the E-class design?

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Old 08-02-1999, 09:51 PM
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They are like the rear of the 124. The calipers are of the fixed type and have 4 pistons each.

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