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Rear Brake Upgrade Completed

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With the pads in place on the caliper, the new rotor is slid onto the hub after the mounting surface is cleaned to ensure it lays flat. The caliper is then bolted back onto the axle with the factory 10mm bolts. The pads and rotors must “bed” in order to get the best life and performance, so EBC recommends avoiding harsh braking (except in emergency, of course) for the first 300 miles.