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Brakes wear uneven

The front brakes are wearing uneven

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This could be the result of sticking/hanging caliper(s) which hold pressure and reel the lining off pads in a quick fashion.check calipers

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Sometimes if the caliper slides get dry this can happen.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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