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Replacing front disks
I plan to replace the front disks and pads on my '86 4000 this weekend.
There's some scoring on the disks, and a judder when I brake at high
The manual talks cheerfully about removing a countersunk screw, and then
taking off the old disks. I have a feeling that the ones on my car aren't
quite as new and shiny as the ones in the photos, and will probably be
rusted in place. Has anyone had problems with this before? What was the
PS Why do they always show pictures of clean, new, rust-free components
being replaced? If they're so clean and new, they don't need replacing,
PPS Still working on the FAQ, honest. But people have had the temerity
to find some bugs in my software, so I've been a bit busy of late.
Alasdair Mackintosh Shape Data, EDS Unigraphics
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+44 223 371608 Cambridge, CB2 1DP, U.K.