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Brakes chater and sometimes grab - Silver Spur Rolls Royce Cars & Trucks

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    yadayada Sep 05, 2010

    if u can afford this car u don't need my advice, that said front or rear brakes?

  • vickron Sep 06, 2010

    front chater and when I brake hard only one rear wheel will skid.

    I assume it a matter of adjustment?

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Which brakes? front or rear?

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

  • yadayada
    yadayada Sep 06, 2010

    are the brakes contaminated with oil

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