I've heard you have to, but I don't see to why it would matter
you should, but as long as you replace pads and rotor, I dont see how it could be much of a problem
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I would do both at the same time.
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do both. do you shave the left sack and leave the right one hairy?
still not convinced
Why wouldn't you?
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I would, but I guess you don't need to.
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I'd do both
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you can do whatever you want my man but just like replacing one tire its gonna pull when you get on the brakes...
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i'd do both, just doesn't make sense to do just one side. if you're too poor, take the bus. it'll save you money for gas and maintenance. problem motherf&ckin' solved.
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you can get some cheap rotors at various online resellers. you can replace just one if needed but it'll be more complicated to make sure that your brakes are wearing evenly in the future.
ok, thanks all, I'll probably do both