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I have a 99 durango My breaks grab and stop hard squilling the tires first thing in the morning. After it has been driven a while breaks act normal.

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  • adrienne0119 Jun 22, 2009

    Not sure what kind of breaks they are. I'm just a girl and want to be informed when I take it to the shop.

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Are they bimetalic brake pads?????
if so go get non metalic pads and see the difference:)

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

  • jrnbudd Jun 22, 2009

    are they bimetalic brake pads?????

    if so go get non metalic pads and see the difference:)

  • jrnbudd Jun 22, 2009

    i had tat problem with my chevy van i changed the brakes from metallic do regular brakepads it solved the problem:)

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