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Hi. My name is Boris.I have a 2004.bmw325i and would like to change brakes but dont have experience.I bought the parts but curious how to do that step by step.If u can send me a brochure i would really appriciate,my e mail address is you very much!

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Here is an article on how to change brake pads

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