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    When do i change my breaks?

    When do i change my break pads? When i do hard breaking i feel movement on the break pedal like my rotors are warped?! or something maybe break pads wearing out?

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    well if the balls of your foot are felling a studering of the brakes it should be your abs kickin in... but if you are just breaking normally your pads are probably so worn down that your calipers are putting grooves in your rotors in wich case your gonna have to buy new pads and rotors
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    and when i say abs i dont meen your abdominals... i meen your anti-lock break system
    whats a signature?

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