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Old 05-20-2015, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Large Arbor View Post
I replaced the rear brake pads on mine it was painful with the rearend out. I am sure it can be done, but it is time consuming and even with the rear and tunnel out it is not easy to do. Since I was dropping the rearend to replaces a shaft seal, and the gear lube soaked brakes it was much more doable with the rearend out. I have done that twice now.

ERA has the replacment Jag Girling brake pads and they are not cheap but do work well.

For some reason I thought I read a while back that replacing just the pads was pretty easy? What makes this job so hard?
How much were the new pads?
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