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I replaced the rear pads on my Jeep tonight. The inner pads on both sides were worn more than the outer pads. I can't imagine issues with both calipers at 42500 miles. Is there a problem or is it just a Jeep thing?
 

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I pulled it back apart an greased the pins(didn't need it)
I measured the difference in the old pads and got less than 3mm difference. I'm gonna call it good.
 

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I pulled it back apart an greased the pins(didn't need it) I measured the difference in the old pads and got less than 3mm difference. I'm gonna call it good.
Service your brakes once a year. Pull the pads and sliders out and clean up all the surfaces and then slap them back together with the proper brake lube.

When I rotated my tires at 3000km the pads were already starting to get stuck in the caliper brackets.

I will be servicing mine everytime I do a oration as it only takes me 30mins to do all four when the wheels are off.
 
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