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#1 kevinrogosch

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Posted 27 April 2004 - 12:03 AM

Just got a 99 obs (scraped off the right side of it 3 days after I drove it home...thats another story and another post) and I was amazed to find it had drum breaks in the back. What is needed (both parts and money) to switch them out with disk breaks? What model can I take them from? Anything to keep in mind while I'm at the jyard? And most importantly is it worth my hard earned $.




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