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DJ_Curtiz Feb 5, 2:20am - #97241 
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clicking noise in rear drums...

well im sure the noise is comming from there, and im thinking my drums/shoes in the rear breakes need to be replaced so has anyone done this, is it easy..or should I just take it in to pep boys or sommin...?

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RoMkApOmKa Feb 5, 2:37am - #97242 

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When i was in technical school 10 years ago...
I do not remember exactly how ,but i remember that it was not hard at all...
P.S. Sorry i can not really help.

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DJ_Curtiz Feb 5, 2:40am - #97243 
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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
When i was in technical school 10 years ago...
I do not remember exactly how ,but i remember that it was not hard at all...
P.S. Sorry i can not really help.



thats cool bro, everything helps in a way thumbsup

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spaztikid Feb 5, 2:45am - #97244 
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replaceing your shoes is way more complicated than replaceing brake pads... if your STRONGLY mechanically inclined and have at least 1.5 hours do to both then attempt it.

take a pic first so you can relatively see where everything goes.

I know how to do it and would rather pay someone to do it for me...
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