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Old 09-28-2015, 09:17 PM   #1
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Has anyone replaced their dust shields behind the front rotors yet?
My 2005 xB's dust shields are so rusted, they scrape the rotors when making sharp turns. I put the car up on a lift and the salt on New York roads has destroyed these thin pieces of steel. Wondering how much of a job they are to replace and the best place to buy them. Thanks all in advance for any input.
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i bought the parts to do this, then i notice i need to remove a lot of parts... when ever my front wheel bearings go bad they will get replaced by a shop at the same time
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