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Saturn SL Brake Star-Wheel adjuster

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Old July 19th 04, 03:00 PM
Bob Shuman
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I did the rear brakes on my son's '96 SL1 at 112K miles. They were still
original equipment, but the car saw a lot of highway miles. I had no
trouble setting the adjusters before re-installing the drums. I replaced
the springs and other hardware at the same time and turned the drums too.

"Blah Blah" > wrote in message
news:[email protected]> > The front brakes do about 80% of
the braking. The rear brakes tend to
> last 100k miles or far longer.

Old June 29th 18, 05:18 AM posted to rec.autos.makers.saturn
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Default Saturn SL Brake Star-Wheel adjuster

replying to Gary Compton, Richard wrote:
Thanks Gary !!! (fourteen years later, this is exactly what I needed to know)

for full context, visit https://www.motorsforum.com/saturn/s...ster-6562-.htm


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