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Old 09-13-2021, 01:36 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SkauneJohan View Post
i think it also has to do with car makers wanting to make more money, modern cars with disc all round often need rear discs replaced and rear brakes serviced
It's often pointed out that service is often an even bigger source of revenue for some dealers than actually selling new cars.


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rusty rear discs anyone?
Front discs too. No wonder I have seen so many folks who refuse to adapt disc brakes with off-the-shelf parts from a more recent model-year as an upgrade to some older vehicles still used as a workhorse.
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