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  • CJ Loon
    Here are a few of the things that you may notice when it is time to replace your brake drums.
    • The back of car is shaking when trying to brake.
    • The car pulls to one side when applying the brakes.
    • A lot of noise from the rear of the car when trying to bring the car to a stop.
    14 Jan 2016
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