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How to Spot and Avoid Brake Job FAIL Tips and Tricks of 32 Years

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Brakes are generally pretty consistent in design and service procedure, but no two brake jobs go exactly the same once a car is over 20 years old. Here I cover some tips and tricks to help you spot a problem in time to do the job right the first time. I also cover 1 person easy gravity bleeding, brake hose install tips, and pad retention clips.
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