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Old 09-21-2006, 09:54 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by maxpower9004
Theres a metal piece that rubs the rotor when the pads are worn down. The instructions or box (cant remember which) say that the peice should be on the trailing edge of the rotor when the car is moving forward. I think I did it backwards.
I've done that but I'm rotating my tires and checking brakes often enough it makes no diffence.

As for one side wearing faster than other--that'* the reason I replaced both calipers with remanufactured. It don't have to try to clean up the rubber inserts, replace piston seals, and lube to try to get both sides to slide equally.
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