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  • Cyrus Kong
    The thickness of the remaining pad must NOT be less than 5 mm. All new brake discs are 45 mm thick. Providing continuous cracks are not apparent, minimum brake disc thickness is 37 mm. Brake discs should be replaced in pairs.
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