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Old 14 Jul 2004, 06:34 pm
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"Keith allen" <stoneridge@ptbo.igs.net> wrote in message
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> Can someone enlighten me as to why the rear disc brakes are worn out but
> the front are at 50% ? I tho't the fronts would wear down first.


Why?

They aren't the same size.


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Old 14 Jul 2004, 06:35 pm
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Can someone enlighten me as to why the rear disc brakes are worn out but
the front are at 50% ? I tho't the fronts would wear down first.

Keith
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Old 14 Jul 2004, 07:12 pm
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"Keith allen" <stoneridge@ptbo.igs.net> wrote in message
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> Can someone enlighten me as to why the rear disc brakes are worn out but
> the front are at 50% ? I tho't the fronts would wear down first.


I know what you're thinking, I thought the same way, when my Accord's rear
pads had to be replaced with only 89,000 km on them. I managed to get
113,800 km on the front pads, before having to replace them.

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Old 14 Jul 2004, 09:57 pm
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> "Keith allen" <stoneridge@ptbo.igs.net> wrote in message
> news:stoneridge-944100.19353714072004@news-central.dca.giganews.com...
> > Can someone enlighten me as to why the rear disc brakes are worn out but
> > the front are at 50% ? I tho't the fronts would wear down first.

>
> Why?
>
> They aren't the same size.
>


Better answer than most I've seen in the newsgroups. Certainly agrees with
my 90 Prelude experience. I replaced my rear pads at 105Kmiles (and no they
were not completely worn down) while the fronts still had over 50% left when
I sold the car at 130Kmiles.

J.

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Old 15 Jul 2004, 05:46 am
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Default Re: 2002 CR-V Brakes

Disc brakes (rear) on a 2002, didn't know that thought they were still
shoes.

Tom


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> Can someone enlighten me as to why the rear disc brakes are worn out but
> the front are at 50% ? I tho't the fronts would wear down first.
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> Keith



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