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Old January 12th, 2006, 07:54   #5
PDJetta
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Heck, that is not enough wear difference to worry about. Just be thankful the dealer did not replace the brakes and do it yourself reasonabally soon. New pads and new rotors. Make sure the caliper sliding surfaces are rust/dirt free and that the pins and boots are in good shape. Your next set may wear evenly if you clean up the sliding surfaces.

Get this, 2 years ago the dealer quoted me $425 to replace rear brake pads and rotors on Mom's 2000 Jetta TDI. For about $120 in parts I did it for her in a couple of hours!
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