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  • Cher Wen Goh
    between 1 and 3 hours
    How Long Does it Take to Change Brake Pads and Discs? A full brake pad and disc replacement takes between 1 and 3 hours, no matter if you need the front or rear brakes changed. Changing brake pads on their own takes between 30 minutes and 1 hour.17 Sept 2021
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