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Old 27-01-10
Bita Bita is offline
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Unhappy Rear and front brake pads change/replacement

Hi everyone,
I have a Pajero NK 97 and this weekend I will try to attempt to change the front and rear brak pads.
Does any one have some tips on how do it ? a step-by-step would be great !
Thanks a lot.
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Claudio
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look under gen 3 heading its all there, but seriously if you need to ask this question , please get some one that has done brake systems before to help as its not a job you should try by yourself,, i know we all have to learn but not on a safety issue,,,
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Old 29-01-10
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And while you are there get the discs machined and replace or repack your wheel bearings...
As its all apart anyway might as well do it at the same time!!
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