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Brakes Can you help me with changing my front brakes on a 2006 Tahoe?

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If you haven't done the brakes on your vehicle then i suggest you get someone that has some experience on front rotor brakes.
If your talking about physically replacing the front brakes i can do that but where do u live, near los ANGELES somewhere.
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