not too impressed
two years later after having breaks serviced and front uni joints done, i recall a conversation with one of the blokes working on my vehicle
I remember him saying that the brake calipers guide pins one of them was supposed to be solid and is a solid fit or from what I can make out designed that way is more what he was trying to say
Of course I've been having break problems for about six years now on the front end of my vehicle.
so I start getting a squeaking sound which means the brake pads are worn right down and need to be changed
I do an investigation and find one of the guide pins on the caliper still seized up and I'm thinking to myself that this is normal it's machined or engineered that way it's supposed to beSolid as he described
What a total crock of absolute lies
Either the guy had no idea whatsoever
Or he was just too goddamn lazy to fix the problem because it was a Friday afternoon.
Don't get me wrong Shay was great
that guy wasnt!!!! 🤬
I went 4wd driving on the weekend and from then had a screech for my timing belt so took it to Harder's. He just put a bit of grease on it there and then and my payment was to say when it is due for a service to bring it back to him. Legend! And found my new mechanic!