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Posted by wayne on July 06, 2000 at 10:37:05:

In Reply to: Re: BRAKE REPLACEMENT posted by Sam in Va on July 06, 2000 at 07:16:53:

: : : This is not outrageous for a replacement job but maybe a little higher than some.

: : I f you have reasonable mechanical ability then this job can be done by you in a few hours.

: : I can give you some info from a manual I have which I will e-mail to you if you want to read about the job and the tools required.

: : You can do this if you have the time for $350-400 if you buy quality parts.

: : You do not need a brake duct kit for your car!

: : Eric

: Eric, information on this would be greatly appreciated. My e-mail is [email protected]

: Many thanks

: Sam

Sam, I bought slotted rotors from Korman at $115 ea and Performance Friction Carbon Metalic pads from Autozone for $44 (listed at $188 from BPM). Both works great and it took me about 45 min per wheel.

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