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My hardware on my rear brakes on my car is rusty. How can I fix

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Anytime I replace rear brakes, I always replace all hardware. The kits are not that expensive, and they go back together quicker and you are able to move the adjusters easy. They also will self adjust when nnew and the old rusty ones will not. spend the money it is worth it.

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