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xTc_celica
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xTc_celica Jan 12, 7:02am - #372073 

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brake question

i dont really kno much about brakes. when i got my new tires, the dude said i needed new brakes because soon theyre gonna start wearin down my rotors. when i get new brake pads, do i need the shoes too? or just the pads?

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Pissprinkler Jan 12, 7:33am - #372074 

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Just the pads! Make sure you got the right size pads though to fit the stock shoes.
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xTc_celica Jan 12, 7:36am - #372075 

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kick ass, thanx man! what are the shoes for, just to hold the pads?

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Pissprinkler Jan 13, 12:13am - #372076 

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Yep
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Zero Jan 13, 12:27am - #372077 

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they should already come in the box. unless youre talking about the rear brake drum. does that a bit longer to wear out than the front brake pads.

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slav Jan 16, 7:49am - #372078 

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Heya,what kind of the brake pads would be the best to put on?
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