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Brakes system for 2001 toyota corolla

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is the brake system for toyota corolla plus 2001 is that calipers all round or pads and shoes
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It should have disk brakes all round but shoes for the hand brake on the rear. unless you have the"poverty pack" it may just have shoes on the rear.....

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