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  • Mizan Dermarian
    Typically, 4mm of brake pad is recommended, so if you think they're thinner than that, it's time to get them checked and possibly replaced. This is the easiest way to keep on top of your brake pad condition and requires no tools or training to carry out.19 Dec 2016
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