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Old 03-30-2008, 03:19 AM   #1
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Did some rotating. Some pics for you.


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Wow. How many miles on that thing? Looks like you need shocks and struts...and your tierods look a little low on grease (maybe)
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and your tierods look a little low on grease (maybe)
Tierods on 00+ are sealed... can't grease them....
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Wow. How many miles on that thing? Looks like you need shocks and struts...and your tierods look a little low on grease (maybe)
The rears are new. Its the breaks I am wondering about. She has about 80k on it.
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everything looks fine, you might need Pads, but the rotors look goot to me, maybe get them turned just for peice of mind? but things look A-KO
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I thought so to on pads but they look almost brand new.
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I've never before now seen 00+ brakes. Thanks!
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the rotors have a dark glaze on them. if they are originals with 80k on them, i would suggest replacement. or a turn at minimum. but they probably don't have enough room to cut them.
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the rotors have a dark glaze on them. if they are originals with 80k on them, i would suggest replacement. or a turn at minimum. but they probably don't have enough room to cut them.
Yea I will be replacing them this summer but as of right now i will be paying 400 bucks for new rear bearings. So gotta wait a little bit.
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the rotors have a dark glaze on them. if they are originals with 80k on them, i would suggest replacement. or a turn at minimum. but they probably don't have enough room to cut them.
Yea I will be replacing them this summer but as of right now i will be paying 400 bucks for new rear bearings. So gotta wait a little bit.
understandable, they will get you by.
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