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Old 03-23-2009, 06:05 PM
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Question Back Brakes -02 Xterra - ??

Just wondering if anyone has had their X in for back brake replacment yet - cost info is what I am looking for??


(trying to set back some cash for vacation - but, start a "save the X fund" as well....)
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u can svae alot by doing it yourself if handy. u got drums or are they rotors? if rotors it should be esier that drums. u would just need some tools, air tools if u can and u can rent the caliper compress tool at autozone for free(returnable deposit) did mine and never done them before with a lil help and it was pretty easy, except for the part where i had to use some elbow grease.
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LOL>..well I know an A-10, T-38 and an F-16 pretty well...but not my X. Aircraft mechanic's are not always the best auto mechanic's.....

I have the tech data....doesn't look "too bad".....I think I'll try it.
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oh nice, aircraft mechanic sounds pretty cool. yeah it should be pretty much two caliper bolt and then the two bracket bolt, is my guess if its disc.
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