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Old 02-29-2024, 08:59 PM   #1
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2022 EVO 179DBH Brakes and Drums

Does anyone know what kind of brakes and drums I have? I need both, but the dealership wants to charge me over $2200 to do it. Sounds ridiculous when my mechanic will do it for $200. Anyone know what the brand/specs are?
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Old 02-29-2024, 09:44 PM   #2
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In your bag of information there should be literature for it.

Or, get a flashlight and crawl under there. You will see. A nice sticker on the axle identifying it.

My fiver is right now getting that type of service. My #7000 axle with all brake parts is $1200. We have a bent one. The hubs with brakes separately are $250 each. Prices are easy to get. E trailer?

I would guess your axle would be similar $200 to put it on might be right. I am paying about $1400 installed. 4 unbolts and four wires.
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