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How to chage brake shoes on ford focus 2000 - Ammco Combination Disc/Drum Brake Lathe

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A simple you tube search should provide plenty of information. But as a ford focus owner my self I highly suggest becoming failure with a website known as fordfanatics- Google them . Their is tons of useful information from other owners and specialist on this sit including diagrams, videos, and much more. Also for the job wear gloves. Nothing will slow you down more than smashing your finger that one good time.

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