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What kind of brakes are on the back of the car

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Drums in rear except GT Model

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Easy way to find out...look at the fronts and then look at the rears. If the rears look like the fronts then you have disc brakes in rear. If not, you have drum brakes.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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