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Dry Brake couplings fitted

Just made and fitted these.................


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Dang, that looks very trick! What prompted the addition? Are pad changes with those calipers difficult?

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Dang, that looks very trick! What prompted the addition? Are pad changes with those calipers difficult?
Just managed to pick up the coupling cheap and always liked the look. Changing pads is easy just remove centre post between two retaining clips, remove clips and just slide pads out.


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