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    MD: can anyone recommend a good shop for brakes?

    This is for an 02 WRX.

    I live near Columbia MD (b/w DC and Baltimore). There are a lot of price gouging around here. I was once quoted $200 to replace the spark plugs from a local Subaru dealer, so I did it myself. I'm not experienced w/ brakes, so I have to pay someone to do it. Any recommendations?
    -09 Impreza 2.5GT 13.72/ 99.4/1.926
    -99 Mustang 10.64/136.41.57
    -08 R32 (bone stock)

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    What exactly do you have to do? If it's just pads, then it's simple and somthing you can do yourself. I had never done brake work before either, but now I've done SS lines, fluid, and a BBK up front. Did it all myself without any assistance. It's not as difficult as it appears.

    Calvin

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    New pads, machine rotors, bleed the brakes. I've been looking for a "how-to" thread for any of these, but couldn't find one.
    -09 Impreza 2.5GT 13.72/ 99.4/1.926
    -99 Mustang 10.64/136.41.57
    -08 R32 (bone stock)

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    Check out www.scoobymods.com and the tutorial forum on the boards as well.

    Calvin

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    if u needed some new rotors i have brand new powerslot slotted rotors that would look awesome and perform great. u'd just need new pads.

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