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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by max69vk, Apr 21, 2013.

  1. max69vk

    max69vk Active Member

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    Never rely on the brake pad indicator to tell you when they need replacing...
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    Nuff said!
     
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  3. Nutkin

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    there is still friction material left not alot but still enough maybe it wasnt low enough
     
  4. max69vk

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    It was that far little left on the pad we couldn't get the wind back tool in to push the piston back.
     
  5. SAiLO

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    Had the same problem last summer. What a nightmare!
     
  6. max69vk

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    Amazing how much better they stop now too! :)
     

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