[DML] Re: Can Pep Boys or Goodyear replace DeLorean brakes?
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[DML] Re: Can Pep Boys or Goodyear replace DeLorean brakes?

Yes, I am referring to the red plastic hose that runs from the clutch master cylinder to the clutch slave cylinder. You should not have to replace the rotors. Worst case, I would try a light cut to true them up and if they are bad then you an replace the bad ones. As long as you are working on the brakes and you have to bleed them you just as well should replace all of the hoses. The pads should only be replaced if worn. You can lightly sand the surface to expose fresh materiel after cutting the rotors.
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rgalichon" <rgalichon@...> wrote:
> Hi David -
> Agreed.  I'll replace the front two brake hoses at the very least (and most likely all 4 brake hoses to be safe).  I'll also most likely replace all 4 rotors and pads, too.
> I do have a 5-speed, but I'm not sure which plastic hose you were referring to.  I'm guessing you were referring to the line for the clutch?  Pls correct me if I'm wrong.  Thanks!
> Best,
> Rich (2088)


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