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Old 01-20-2014, 07:44 PM
Dynawolf Dynawolf is offline
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TB SS Brake Job

I have an 07 TBSS 2WD. It has about 100K (mostly Texas highway) miles and the brake wear indicator started squeaking. I took it to a local shop and they said it would be over $1000 to fix. They told me the front rotors are worn past the resurfacing point and must be replaced. That, four sets of pads and labor....$1,009.

Has anyone else experienced this? I assume there are special rotors on my SS. Can I buy them on line and do this myself?

-Rob (Dynawolf)
2007 TBSS

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Old 01-20-2014, 09:06 PM
nfsroadsta2786 nfsroadsta2786 is offline
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have you ever done brakes your self??

and yh its possible to do them by ur self, idk what auto part store is close to you, but www.rockauto.com www.tirerack.com

autozone (avoid duralast brand at all cost)
napa auto parts
parts authority
advance auto parts

just to name a few

your will need to get rotors, and brake pads
did the mechanics say anything abt the rear rotors? if not then just get the front rotors, and brake pads for the front and rear.

if u want to do the install your self look up how to do it first on here or youtube, and find a friend to help who has done brakes in general b4
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