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Old 11-09-2007, 06:48   #1 (permalink)
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confused Upgrading brakes on ZG

hi all..i cold do with some advice, please.

front and back brakes are off and hopefully rear suspension this weekend (weather permitting). i want to upgrade the back brakes and replace front brakes, as they are banged up pretty bad.

a buddy of mine who has 2 Fairmont GTs and 2 Mustangs told me that i could go to a scrap/breakers yard and purchase secondhand brakes from a write-off.

what are the pitfalls one must look out for?

how difficult is it to install "new" brakes system?
pros and cons?



thank you! dankie!
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