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Old 09-28-2013, 08:03 PM   #91

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Originally Posted by intensifi View Post
Unless you are repainting or powder coating, leave them on.

They are supposed to reduce noise.

Those are probably 2010 brakes. Check the dust boots carefully. It may be time to replace them.

The rollers you mention are part of the pads, not the calipers.
I am going to have them powder coated yellow. I know the rollers are part of the pads. They have the factory original pads with only 5,000 miles and pads are thick and look brand new so the boots should not need replaced. He showed me his car and it was a 2012 they came off of. So does the roller pads or the weights work better?
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