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This is a discussion on Replacing rear rotors and pads within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Big_Ben I dont wanna burn the fronts tho...(they still had decent life on em so i only ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Ben View Post
    I dont wanna burn the fronts tho...(they still had decent life on em so i only replaced the rear rotors and pads)

    for a DD maybe only driving them normally (city / highway traffic) could to the trick?
    You won't "burn" them. You could call it a "re-bedding", I guess.

    Either way, you won't die a terrible death for not bedding in your rear pads. Nor will your front pads go up in flames and disappear if you re-bed them. Not a big ordeal given your situation, in my opinion
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    ill just leave it as it this then, thanks lol

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