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Old 21st December 2007, 18:11   #31
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well especially in non ps cars you get the feel of the road and tyres turning etc which is totally non exitant in my stile bit disconcerting for some reason but am used to it now
Yeah true. Thats the first thing I noticed when I drove my car. Only car that I drove prior to my car were Maruti 800 and an Amby. So difference was huge and then I could figure out the reason. So that is called feedback thanks for the gyan :P
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steering tight is ok i guess but that rear wheel drum sure looks rusted so better get it coated with black paint for aesthetics sake since you have alloys, otherwise it wont do any harm
will get that done. Geting it painted shouldnt be a big deal
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Old 21st December 2007, 19:09   #33
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will get that done. Geting it painted shouldnt be a big deal
I am a little unsure if that is the rear drum or the front disc. It looks like the Front disc to me, please correct me if that is not so. The rust might form even overnight on the disc, and the rust goes when your brake shoes rub off the disc while braking. Again this is only if this is the front disc.

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I am a little unsure if that is the rear drum or the front disc. It looks like the Front disc to me, please correct me if that is not so. The rust might form even overnight on the disc, and the rust goes when your brake shoes rub off the disc while braking. Again this is only if this is the front disc.

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Rust is on both front and rear wheels.
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