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Your Mercury has front and rear disc brakes and you need new brake shoes but you thought they only went with brake drums can anyone explain how I can have brake discs and still have brake shoes?


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2007-10-08 05:50:53
2007-10-08 05:50:53

A car what has front disc and rear drum brakes have front brake pads and rear brake shoes.


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