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Old 11-17-2008, 09:06 AM   #39
djnekkon
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Paterson, New Jersey / Orlando Florida
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Great DIY... My advice is that before you start; make sure you have the tools needed. If not, you'll be going back-forward to AutoZone or Pep trying to get the right size tools. Also, Just follow these steps. There is no shortcut. The rotors sometimes need to be really hammered to take them out. I was quoted 1100 for the whole job, but I rather freeze my @ss outside and save that for mods. Also, It doesn't take too much time and knowledge. It's a matter of being patient. Rear set is about $150-200 [pads-rotos], but the whole set you can get it for $250-320 [pads-rotos] with our sponsors. So you'll be saving a lot......
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