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Old 04-09-2013, 06:12 PM
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Meant to jump in on this when it was hot. When you replace the brakes just do the backing plates and all. They come all put together and ready to install. It's cheap and removes alot of problem sources. Even though your wiring is heat shrinked it can be corroded and failing to deliver all the current.
Also with the backing plate I can upgrade to self adjusters! WOO HOO Thanks Dino
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