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Changing the brakes

I need to change the brakes on a Dodge D 150 86 is it hard, are difficult and is there a particular brand we should use. if there is a diagram are instructons I would appreciate them thank you so much

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Parts for the front and rear brakes are readily available. I would recommend using the highest quality parts you can afford. Avoid discs or drums from China (poor metal). The easiest way I have found to do a car I have never worked on before is to take one side apart at a time and use the other side as a reference for reassembly. Good luck!

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