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  • Hairizal Ali
    Manufacturers have different recommendations for when brake pads should be replaced, but as a guideline, some shops recommend new ones when only 20 percent of the original thickness remains. Others say it's necessary when the pad is down to 3/32 of an inch.11 Jan 2018
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