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How do you tell which axle you have so that you can get the right rotor for your GMC Jimmy?


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2006-02-27 19:51:30
2006-02-27 19:51:30

The best thing to do is go by the dealership with your vin number and they give print you out a build sheet of your vehicle and tell you everything you want to know about it. Any GM dealership can do it, doesn't matter which brand.


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