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Old 07-25-2005, 06:13 AM   #1
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I inspected front brakes, 02 Itasca Sunrise 31, 28,000 miles. Still have meat on pads, but noticed very small cracks on rotors. I read all this 'recall' stuff, but mine is a P32 chassis. Is it normal for the rotors to be in this condition already? Switched from Ford, because of continuing expensive braking repairs.
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I inspected front brakes, 02 Itasca Sunrise 31, 28,000 miles. Still have meat on pads, but noticed very small cracks on rotors. I read all this 'recall' stuff, but mine is a P32 chassis. Is it normal for the rotors to be in this condition already? Switched from Ford, because of continuing expensive braking repairs.
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