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Old 01-05-2010, 02:33 PM   #109
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Really??? It sure looked like a discussion of the latest incarnation of damper to me (hence the thread title). The current fix, of course, is actually riveted to the brake pad back plate now, just like with several other Brembo-equipped cars. No glue, no runs, no drips, no errors...
You may want to work on your communication skills. This:
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If they are like all the other Brembo-specified pads, they are riveted, not glued.
sure sounds like you're talking about how the pad is attached to the back plate, not how the weights are attached to anything.
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