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Old 15 Sep 2003, 05:16 pm
Gabriel Afana
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Default Re: Need help on a brake job for a 00 RL

"Bill Simpson" <> wrote in message
> Hi!
> I've done lots of brake jobs on different cars but have yet to do an
> Acura. Anything special to look out for? I was planning on using
> Raybestos Ceramics. Does that sound like a good pad selection?
> Thanks!

If RL rotors or anything like TL rotors, by installing those ceramics you
are making an appointment to get your rotors turned because they are going
to warp. Somebody please confirm the difference in TL and RL rotors. I
would either change the rotors as well or just put soft acura pads. Saves a
lot of trouble and time.

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