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Old 04-11-2015, 04:45 PM
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Complete Brake overhaul

New calipers ,rear wheel cylinders ,master cylinder and starter. Rear lines had to be replaced from wheel cylinders to junction block on rear axle .The lines were seized to the fitting from rust and twisted the line trill it broke . Made up new lines .Installed all with new disc pads and rear shoes .

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Nice, I just did a complete job on the back including cylinders and new pads and rotors in the front. MUCH better stopping now eh?
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