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Replace rear brake cyllinders, rear brake pads, tank and left driveshaft

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I know a lot about general repairs and maintenance of cars and now I have to repair my Honda Accord 1986 2.0l, automatic tranny - I need to replace rear brake cyllinders, rear brake pads, tank and left driveshaft. Could you please provide me with some guidance and advices on some tricky stuff that I might encounter? Thanks

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Rear brake cylinders are straight foward you shouldn't have any probs withe brakes side of things. the drive shaft bolts on and off with no problems forseen i have done many just take your time and think before you act good luck

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