Subaru and the On-Car Brake Lathe

by | Oct, 2004 | Subaru, Subaru EndWrench Features | 0 comments

We vividly remember what a tech for a Japanese import dealership told us almost 25 years ago when we were visiting his shop to check out a new model. “Joe down the road at the service station can’t do a brake job on these cars, you know — you can’t ...

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